Prosperity not possible without development: Home Minister Thapa

06/01/2019

Kathmandu, June 1: Home Minister Ram Bahadur Thapa 'Badal' on Saturday said country's prosperity was not possible without development, good-governance and security of the country. The government was concerned about ways to achieving prosperity, and was working in this regard ahead with the goal of 'Prosperous Nepal and Happy Nepali', he said at an awareness programme of health education organised in Lalitpur by a community service centre. "There is not possibility without development. So the government has pledged in the recent unveiled budget to carry out development activities," he said. The Home Minister stated that the government had introduced plans to provide jobs and relief to a larger number of unemployed population in the country. The people’s housing programme, social security scheme and health insurance programmes were launched to prevent any death from a lack of medical treatment, food and shelter. On the occasion, the minister honoured culture expert and three-times Madan prize winner Satya Mohan Joshi who celebrated his 100th birthday recently. He said he felt pleased to get an opportunity to honour Joshi, appreciating humanitarian services being carried out by the Joshi Community Centre. “Service is the greatest responsibility of the time,” he concluded. Feted personality Joshi said it was a moment of proud for him that he was honoured by the Home Minister. RSS

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