Addressing a festival reception organized by the Lions Club Kavrepalanchowk in Banepa on Wednesday, Baskota said those responsible for burning people alive, abusing women and attacking villagers and women would not get excuse and will be booked
“In rule of law no perpetrator will be allowed to walk free,” he added.
Baskota opined that it is the responsibility of society to act against criminalization and corruption which needs to be minimized through combined efforts.
“The government is becoming intolerant to corruption and people’s representatives are moving ahead as per the promises they made before the people during the elections,” he added.
According to Baskota, an agreement has been signed with China in regard with the Kavrepalanchowk-based Araniko Highway and works of additional development would commence in Banepa remaining as a major transit route. RSS