Current year-foundation year of implementing constitution: PM Oli

K P Oli

KATHMANDU, March 24: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has said that the current year remained the successful foundation year of the implementation of constitution.

Addressing the second meeting of the National Assembly (NA) on Sunday, PM Oli also said that the allocation of rights among the three governments and three parliaments in the country was done easily.

“The power sharing among the three governments was conducted easily, corruption is being curbed, action against culprit being taken, 41 culprits were brought to book in connection of 33-kg gold smuggling scam,” shared Oli.

Furthermore, the PM shared that around 800 kilo metres of roads were blacktopped and foundation stones were being laid for many roads. “The agriculture was also being modernized, works relating to the fast tracks were being accelerated and tunnel ways had been brought to operation,” detailed PM Oli on the development words that were making a stride lately.

Reminding that no other government had aimed for more than 7 per cent of economic growth, Oli claimed that his targets were met during his first stint as a Prime Minister.

He was of the view that progresses were made in the sector of constitution, legal, physical infrastructures, employee adjustment and foreign policy sectors this year.
PM Oli shared that the government’s clear foreign policy end of the secessionist activities raised by some forces, strengthening geographical integrity among others were the achievement of the government.

He further clarified that the referendum could not be held to decide national integrity, geographical territory, and national sovereignty as they were above all.

He further said that the ant-constitutional activities of the Communist Party of Nepal (CPN) led by Biplav would be controlled at any cost. Prime Minister Oli further said that the government was alert on every activity.

The third session of the first year of the federal parliament was successful, PM Oli added. On another note, PM Oli reiterated to reach the text books in remote areas on time. RSS