Statute enforcement, government’s first priority:Minister Joshi

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Kathmandu, Sept 21: Minister for Environment and Population Jaydev Joshi has said the constitution’s enforcement is the first priority of the government.
Speaking at a face-to-face programme organised by Reporters’ Club Nepal here today, he said, “The constitution amendment proposal will be tabled in the parliament soon.”
He took an opportunity to say that government was serious towards accelerating the constitution implementation process by taking all political parties into confidence
He termed the latest move taken by the Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) regarding investigation of Maoist combatants’ funds untimely.
Also speaking on the same occasion, Nepali Congress central member Dr Narayan Khadka laid emphasis on forging political unity to ensure a meaningful implementation of the constitution.
He was of the view of not dragging the recent Prime Minister’s India visit into controversy. Though the 13 number point of the joint statement on the PM’s visit that is about setting up an oversight mechanism comprising senior officials from the Indian Embassy in Kathmandu and the Government of Nepal to review progress of ongoing economic and development projects on a regular basis is wrong, the visit should not be dragged into further controversy.
CPN (Maoist Center) leader Mani Thapa said to forge national unity by amending the constitution should be the first priority of the government.
Tarai-Madhes Sadbhawana Party leader Ram Naresh Ray Yadav urged the government to implement agreements it signed with the Madhesi parties if it wanted to give an outlet to the country from existing crisis. RSS


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