Kathmandu – Prime Minister and CPN Chairperson KP Sharma Oli has instructed the lawmakers from his political party to put their points on government’s works without any fear or hesitation.
Addressing the CPN parliamentary party meeting here today, PM Oli urged them to help enable an environment conducive for expediting the parliamentary affairs in light of the formulation of new laws by September 19 according to the new constitution.
Oli asserted, “The top leaders should eloquently articulate their opinions on the government’s policies and programmes, it would impart a good message both to the Parliament and public.”
Stating that the obstruction to parliamentary proceedings would affect the agenda of formulation of new rules, he urged the lawmakers to enable the Speakers of the House of Representative and National Assembly.
The PM argued that the incumbent government could not afford to be a failure while claiming that anomalies and corruption were on the wane in the country.
Oli said,” If you get any information on corruption cases anywhere, let me know. I will bring the corrupt to the book irrespective of his/her identify and association.”
Also speaking at the meeting, CPN Chair Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ urged rank and file of his party to foil the conspiracies being hatched against the CPN and government.
Referring to the obstruction to parliamentary affairs, Dahal argued the parliamentary deadlock would hinder the democratic process.
The meeting also shared the 9-points agreements held between the government and Dr Govinda KC who ended his 15th hunger strike after the government agreed to address his demands. (RSS)