Lawmakers stress on opening new transit points with India


Kathmandu, Sept 8: Lawmaker Sanjya Kumar Gautam has drawn the attention of the parliament and the government over the dillydallying in the opening of new transit points with India, even after both sides agreed to open new five transit points.

He stressed on opening new transit points at Bela, Gulariya and Murtiya urging Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal to initiate for the same during his upcoming visit to India.

Lawmaker, Keshav Badal opined for constructing the Kathmandu-Hetauda fastrack with domestic investment.

Another lawmaker, Surendra Prasad Jaiswal opined for not politicizing the Postal highway and Fastrack, adding that both should be constructed and completed as soon as possible.

Lawmaker Bhakta Bahadur Bishwakarma urged for resolving the issues of Nepali Grammar and spelling, which is being debated currently.

Similarly, lawmaker, Mahendra Ray Yadav urged to register the constitution amendment bill before PM’s India visit.

On the other hand lawmakers, Dilli Prasad Kafle and Karna Bahadur Thapa opined for not signing any bilateral treaties against the national interest during PM’s India visit.

Chudamani BK Jangali objected over the failure of the concerned authorities to reduce the price of petroleum products, even after its price in the international market has gone down. RSS

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