Poudel accuses ruling coalition of clinging to power


Kathmandu, June 22: Nepali Congress senior leader, Ram Chandra Poudel, today accused the ruling coalition parties of clinging to power rather than working to implement the new constitution.
Speaking at the parliamentary session after asking for time from Speaker Onsari Gharti, Poudel said the local elections should take place as per the new constitution’s structure and made it clear his party did not fear the election.
Leader Poudel also drew the government’s attention towards the urgency to dispatch Rs 200,000 meant for reconstruction of houses for the quake-stricken people underscoring their compulsion to live under open sky. He extended tribute to the 12 Nepalis killed in the suicide bomb attack in Afghanistan and condolences to the bereaved family members.
On the occasion, lawmaker Sushila Nepali demanded investigation into the incident of inhumane treatment of differently-able woman on June 12 and action against the guilty.
Lawmaker, Kamala Dong, questioned the work undertaken by Truth and Reconciliation Commission and Commission of Investigation into Enforced Disappeared Persons. Dong demanded that the parliament be briefed in this regard.
Lawmaker, Bhakta Bahadur Bishwokarma, appealed to the government to transport the bodies of the Nepali nationals killed in heinous attack carried out by terrorists in Afghanistan to their homes and provide the facilities entitled for them.
Lawmaker, Hari Charan Sah, slammed the leaders of the major political parties of not being serious towards implementing the new constitution. Lawmaker Indra Bahadur Baniya called for an end to the trend of squandering money – whenever the monsoons season started – in name of development. He complained that the quake-stricken in Makawanpur were yet to receive relief.
Lawmaker, Chandi Prasad Rai, drew the attention of the government and the parliament towards the incidents of flooding and inundation in many parts of the country due to Tuesday’s torrential downpour.
Lawmaker, Tappa Bahadur Bista, demanded relief to the victims of landslides and flooding in far-western and mid western districts in par with quake-victims.
During the session, Durga Poudel, said Rastriya Janamorcha headed into agitation using the rights enshrined in the constitution. RSS

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