Pokhara's young entrepreneurs are hoping for a more investment-friendly environment after the constituent assembly polls. They're enthusiastic about the elections and are planning new promotions to launch after they are done.
Nepal's private sector may be small but is raring to invest, especially in the country's water resources, cement and housing industries. Many have bought land and raw materials for cement industries but say they will only start business after elections.
There was doubt among the business community whether the elections would happen or not. Investors were afraid of the political instability and many were already thinking of relocating or investing abroad. But now all these insecurities have vanished.
The rebuilding of the nation can only be strengthened by financial development. All of the party manifestoes are agreed on this. The people believe that once the election for a new constitution is over, there will be development.