Government committed to protecting national integrity: PM Oli

Bhaktapur, Jan 21: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has said ‘conspiracies’ were being hatched to divide the Madhes and hill, and that the government was fully committed not to letting it become successful.
Addressing the first meeting and cadres’ training organised Thursday by the CPN (UML) Kathmandu District Organisation Committee at Bode, Bhaktapur, Prime Minister and party Chair Oli said the government is committed to the protection of Nepali identity and integrity. He said he would never take a move going against the national independence, sovereignty and integrity and that would hurt the nation, adding Nepal was always independent when many other countries in the world were colonies.
The Prime Minister further said the constitution approved by the two-third majority of the Constitution Assembly could not be replaced. The government is committed to preventing corruption prevalent in the country.
The government has done remarkable deeds in the past three months and the mega campaign for the reconstruction of the earthquake-damaged structures has already started. Expressing his displeasure about negative comments on the government performance posted on the social network, he urged the people not to run after this as it was intended at preventing the government to work for the country and people.

He said the opposition party was fearful that the government nearing its hundred days in office would make achievements while claiming that if the government remained in power for two years the country’s fate would be turned around.
‘Congress has deceived us’
PM Oli said he did not become PM to paste a photo on the wall in Singha Durbar and claimed of doing something for the country.
Stating that Congress betrayed the government and wronged it by not supporting it, PM Oli accused the main opposition of getting involved in creating obstacles for the government.
He spoke of anarchic groups operating in Tarai to further deteriorate the scenario and urged attention towards such development.
PM Oli pledged to strengthen national integrity by maintaining a harmonious relation with neighbours. He said the government was now focused on ending the electricity burden on the country, ridding the country of ropeways, modernizing agriculture and regularizing educational and health sector in line with country’s interest.
He claimed of easing and broadening investment to make country self-dependent and modern. The government also has plans to construct helipads in every municipality and VDC, PM Oli said.
In the programme presided by District Organization Committee Chairman Krishna Rai, UML politburo members Sanu Shrestha and Committee Secretary Bidya Sundar Shakya among others stressed on need for unity among all the political parties for making the country prosperous. The training will be held for two days.