Country will get progressive and socialism-oriented budget: PM Oli

Published On: May 22, 2018 08:41 PM NPT By: Republica  | @RepublicaNepal

KATHMANDU, May 22: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has said that the government would bring progressive and socialism oriented budget. 

Addressing the parliamentarians of the Communist Party of Nepal represented in the Federal Parliament at Baluwatar on Tuesday, Prime Minister said that the budget would be prepared as per the people's expectation.

He further said that the important topics left out in the government's policies and programmes would be addressed in the budget. The Prime Minister clarified that new technology would be used for development construction works. 

Prime Minister Oli said that the incumbent government cannot get any excuse as it is the communist government with a majority votes. "We have the government with a majority. So people have expected more from this government. They will give unexpected result in next election if their expectations are not met," he said. 

PM Oli also urged the parliamentarians to express their dissatisfaction in the party or responsible place of the Parliamentary Party, saying problem would not be resolved while expressing dissatisfaction haphazardly. 

Directing the parliamentarians, Prime Minister Oli said, "Develop the reading habit as well as arguing capacity. Build the habit to respect people's mandate." 
Similarly, Chairperson of CPN Pushpa Kamal Dahal urged the parliamentarians to focus their attention in favor of the people, saying the government has brought the policies and programmes addressing the people's expectation. 

Chair Dahal clarified that the government having two-thirds majority would prepare the budget addressing the people's expectation and focus its attention on country's economic prosperity. 

The meeting also formed a task force under the coordination of Bhim Rawal to prepare a draft of the statute of Parliamentary Party of the CPN. 

Parliamentarians—Dev Gurung, Khagaraj Adhikari, Krishna Bhakta Pokharel, Ram Narayan Bidari and Rekha Sharma are the members of the taskforce. A 15-day deadline has been given to the task force to present the draft. RSS

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