Public trust towards government collapsing: Leader Singh


Kathmandu, Jan 5 : Nepali Congress leader Prakashman Singh has said the government was losing the people’s trust.

In his address to a programme organised today by the Nepali Congress (NC) Kathmandu metropolis-26 on the occasion of the 43rd National Reconciliation Day, he accused that the government with two thirds majority failed to preserve the essence of the constitution.

“The people’s trust towards the government is collapsing due to its government activities.”

He further said the accused in the case suj-udice in the court, Resham Lal Chadhary, was administered oath of office and secrecy as the lawmaker and it (the government) was making attempt to overshadow the issue of financial embezzlement reported in the Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC)’s wide-body aircrafts procurement, he added.

On the occasion, he remembered two senior political leaders the late BP Koirala and the late Ganeshman Singh who as he said adopted the policy of national reconciliation policy to safeguard the nationality and democracy and take the two issues ahead in a balanced way.

State Assembly member Jeevan Dangol termed the reconciliation policy adopted by BP four decade ago as equally relevant these days also. The same policy that cultivated the culture of political cooperation in the country led the country to the present situation.

The NC observes the National Reconciliation Day every year in commemoration of the moments when party senior leaders Koirala returned home from his eight-year self-imposed exile in India on Push 16, 2033 BS ( December 30, 1976) with the adoption of the National Reconciliation Policy when the country was ruled by the Panchayat system, the regime keeping the monarchy at the center.

On the occasion, 80 people joined the party by quitting various parties.