Bill tabled in National Assembly
KATHMANDU, Aug 28: The bill related to children has been tabled in the meeting of the National Assembly, the Upper house of the Federal Parliament today.
Minister for Women, Children and Senior Citizens, Thama Maya Thapa presented the Bill Related to Children, 2075 in the meeting.
The meeting approved a proposal presented by Minister for Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Bhanubhakta Dhakal and seeking consideration on the Public Security Third Amendment) Bill, 2075 along with the message on it received from the House of Representatives, the lower house of parliament.
Speaking on the occasion, Minister Dhakal said the Bill has been amended based on the constitution, the Supreme Court precedents and international conventions and agreements. He urged the house of the seniors to take forward the bill.
Lawmaker Ram Narayan Bidari, taking part in the discussions on the principles of the bill, supported the amendment which, according to him, has been made with the goal of making the government, police and the administration realise their responsibilities and of stopping the state’s unnecessarily torturing the citizens.
Radheshyam Adhikari said that the Social Security Bill needed to be amended in line with the constitution, the principles established by the Supreme Court and the universally accepted principles of the law.
Likewise, the National Assembly gave its unanimous approval to the proposal presented by Law Minister Dhakal seeking to send the Bill on the Protection of Victim of Crime, 2075 to the Legislation Committee for clause-wise discussions.
Finance Minister Dr Yuba Raj Khatiwada presented the 55th Report of the Auditor General, 2074 BS in the National Assembly meeting today.
Secretary at the National Assembly, Rajendra Phuyal tabled the BIMSTEC Convention on Cooperation against International Terrorism, Trans-national Organized Crime and Illegal Drug Trafficking which was send by the House of Representatives along with its message. RSS