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Kerung Market - A place famous by trains

RUSUWA - The talk of reaching Kathmandu by train from China to Kerung recently has increased publicity for Kerung. China is pushing a plan to bring the train from Sigatse to Tibet to Kerung. He claims to come to Kerung, the Himalayan Valley of China by 3-4. This is the point of the Chinese train going to Nepal. The railway station to Kathmandu will be constructed in Kerung. Rasuwagadhi Naka is considered by China's federal government as the gateway to South Asia. Therefore, Rasuwa Customs Office Chief Customs Officer, Reikram Khadka said the business is increasing day by day in Kerung.

After the earthquake, physical infrastructure is rapidly developing in the Kerung area towards China. The Chinese government is developing Kerung with the Rasuwagadhi border a priority. Many modern buildings and houses are now being built in Kerung, which was the only common market till the earthquake. Government offices have been added. Large drypots are being constructed for warehousing. A two-lane smooth black road has been constructed to reach the border.

The business initiative is growing due to the business environment. Internal and external tourists are arriving. Convenient hotels have been built and are being built. A flashlight has been set up to keep the kerung market organized. In addition to keeping the road clean, a zebra cross, traffic light is kept. Infrastructure development is accelerating in large areas of Kerung Market. Kerung Bazaar has been developed as a new city. The distance from Nepal's Rasuwagadhi border to Kerung is 5 km.


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