No one is smaller or bigger in democracy: Minister Yadav


Kathmandu, Aug 26: The employees at the Ministry of Peace and Reconstruction today drew the attention of the newly appointed Minister Sita Devi Yadav towards the need of reconstructing the infrastructure destroyed during the insurgency.
Ministry’s Secretary Sarbojeet Prasad Yadav told the Minister of the need to reconstruct two-thirds of infrastructure destroyed during the armed conflict.
The Peace and Reconstruction Ministry was formed with an aim to integrate the Maoist combatants into the Nepal Army, treat and rehabilitate the conflict-stricken and reconstruct the destroyed infrastructure following the Comprehensive Peace Accord, 2063.
The Minister during his instructions to the employees reminded them that delay and lack of transparency in work would disfigure democracy and called them to remain alert towards this fact.
Minister Yadav told the employees that in democracy no one is bigger or smaller but the results of the work is the basis to make such distinction.
The Ministry tasked with reconstructing infrastructure worth Rs 35 billion has only reconstructed Rs 9 billion worth of structures destroyed during the decade-long conflict.
Minister Sitadevi Yadav is the spouse of martyr Chandra Narayan Yadav. She joined the politics through Nepali Congress after the murder of her husband at the hands of the Maoist rebels on June 19, 2000. RSS

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