RPP to vote in favor of amendment bill

KATHMANDU, April 30: The parliamentary party meeting of the ruling Rastriya Prajatantra Party today has decided to vote in favor of the constitution amendment bill which was registered at the parliament last night. The meeting held at the RPP parliamentary party office at Singh Durbar decided to support the bill to given an outlet to the current political deadlock, said chief whip Kunti Kumari Shahi. However, only 27 lawmakers out of 37 were present in the meeting. RSS

  • RPP will vote for the bill, spokesperson Karki

    KATHMANDU, April 29: Spokesperson of the ruling Rastriya Prajatantra Party Roshan Karki has clarified that RPP would vote in favor of the constitution amendment bill recently tabled in the parliament. Speaking during an interaction program organized by the Reporters' Club Nepal on Saturday, she claimed that RPP had joined the government to ensure constitution implementation and local level elec यो [...]

  • Constitution amendment bill will get endorsed, says Dr Shivaji Yadav

    KATHMANDU, April 29: Federalist Socialist Forum Nepal's chief whip Dr Shivaji Yadav has clarified that the government was striving to garner agreement form all parties in the recently tabled constitution amendment bill. Speaking during an interaction program organized by the Reporters' Club Nepal on Saturday, he said that the government was trying to address the concerns of the opposition party यो [...]

  • RJP not to participate in local polls unless amendment bill gets endorsed, Suman

    KATHMANDU, April 29: Leader of Rastriya Janata Party Manish Suman has said that his party would not participate in election unless the constitution amendment bill gets endorsed through the parliament. Speaking during an interaction program organized by the Reporters' Club Nepal on Saturday, he accused the Election Commission to have gone corrupted for commission gain. He said, "No candidates ha यो [...]

  • UML won’t give up stance regarding amendment issues: Mahaseth

    KATHMANDU, April 29: Leader of the main opposition party CPN-UML Raghubir Mahaseth has claimed that the revised constitution amendment bill was drafted in a way that itself would prevent constitution from implementing. Speaking during an interaction program organized by the Reporters' Club Nepal on Saturday, he said, "It is unfortunate that the bill was drafted without carrying out discussion w यो [...]

  • Two arrested with deer’s carcass

    POKHARA, April 29: The District Police Office Kaski on Friday arrested two persons in possession of a deer's carcass. Police arrested Jivan Gurung of Pokhara – 8 and Bikash Gurung of Pokhara – 3 when they were transporting the dead deer from Machhapuchhre Village Council to Pokhara. The carcass was hidden inside a jeep with registration number plate, Ba 17 Cha 2878. The deer's carcass has be यो [...]

  • Community schools in Jhapa to receive Rs 10.82 million grant for e-library

    JHAPA, April 29: The Ministry of Education (MoE) is to distribute a total of Rs 10.82 million in grant to 28 community schools in Jhapa district for establishing e-library. The schools will receive Rs 650,000 each under the government's School Sector Development Plan according to which each school will be equipped with modern library, said District Education Officer Yogendra Prasad Baral. Th यो [...]

  • Billing machine installed in 3500 plus taxis

    KATHMANDU, April 29: The Nepal Bureau of Standards and Metrology has expedited the job of billing machine installation in the meter taxis in the capital city. The Bureau has taken the provision to fix the billing machine in the taxis from the beginning of 2017. Spokesperson of the Bureau Romi Manandhar said that efforts are ongoing to complete the assigned job by mid-August. "The Bureau has यो [...]

  • Massive fire destroys 60 houses in Banke

    BANKE, April 29: A massive fire at Chitaipurwa of Holiya in Duduwa Village Council – 1, Banke has destroyed 60 houses built under thatched roof. The fire was taken under control with help of the Armed Police Force (APF) and the locals, according to District Police Office, Banke. The detail estimate of the damages incurred in the fire is yet to arrive, police said. Nepal Red Cross Society, Ba यो [...]

  • UML leader Badal demands the govt to immediately withdraw the tabled amendment bill

    KATHMANDU, April 28: The main opposition CPN-UML leader Keshab Badal has demanded that the amendment bill tabled in the parliament should immediately be withdrawn as it was against the national interest. He also claimed the bill was of sort that would bring division among the people in the country, while speaking during a face to face interaction program organized by the Reporters' Club Nepal o यो [...]


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