Country towards journey of prosperity with justice-PM

05/04/2019

Kathmandu, May 4: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has claimed the policy and programme unveiled for upcoming fiscal year would bring the country to a journey of prosperity with justice. Addressing the parliamentary party meeting of the Nepal Communist Party (NCP) here today, he expressed confidence that the socialism-oriented policy and programme would steer ahead the country to the course of prosperity. "The paradigm of socialism is enshrined in the Constitution so is reflected in the policy and programme", he noted, adding, "It has imparted a message that the government is moving to the path of development and good governance". He also clarified the goal of the government and his party was to orient the country to socialism. "There is no space for opposition to pinpoint on the policy and programme, It is inclusive", he said directing the parliamentarians to stand for the policy and programme in an unswerving way. The PM also assured tht the budgetary allocation would be made in line with the policy and programme in a way to ease the functioning of the parliamentarians. He clarified it was obvious for the President to use the phrase 'My Government' while unveiling the government's policy and programme. "President as the highest level of the people's representative can say 'my country' to her country and 'my government' to her government", he asserted. PM Oli went on saying that the policy and programe would be endorsed from the parliament as it was. Development works are gaining ground in the country albeit not in anticipated pace, he added. Efforts are underway to bring back the public property to government domain, he said, expressing hope that the corruption, smuggling and black marketeering would be averted. "We had some weaknesses on capital spending. However, we did not need to make administrative expenses by raising domestic borrowing this time", he added. The PM further stressed the need to develop capacity for capital spending. He informed that all reconstruction works excluding archaeological structures would be completed within coming 20 months. He also assured that the incumbent government was fully committed to human rights. Present in the meeting were NCP Chair Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda', general secretary Bishnu Poudel, Home Minister Ram Bahadur Thapa and chief whip Dev Gurung, among others. RSS

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