Five-party alliance government to protect constitution, democracy: Energy Minister Bhusal
November 4, 2021 05:00 PM NPT
LALITPUR, Nov 4: Minister for Energy, Water Resources and Irrigation, Pampha Bhusal, has said that the five-party alliance would continue until the 'regression' is treated.
Saying the coalition government was formed being committed to nationality, democracy, and for protection of the constitution, Minister Bhusal said, "The alliance has been formed to address the people's aspirations and to protect the achievements."
At an inaugural of Navadurga Bhawani Temple and signing ceremony of Revolving Fund Agreement paper at Thecho of Lalitpur today, she clarified that the incumbent government would not carry out any activities beyond the expectation of the people. The Revolving Fund was established by Godavari municipality.
The Energy Minister shared, "Our Lalitpur is rich in art, culture, and heritage. It should be developed and protected and activities have been carried out in this regard."
Stating temples and shrines damaged by the Gorkha earthquake are being reconstructed with the efforts and support of people's representatives, Minister Bhusal added, "The remaining heritages should be reconstructed soon."
Similarly, Bagmati Province Assembly member Raj Kaji Maharjan said that he has been continuously taking initiatives for the protection and conservation of art and culture of Lalitpur.
Likewise, Mayor of Lalitpur Metropolitan City, Chiribabu Maharjan mentioned that earthquake damaged heritages are being reconstructed as per the people's aspiration while Mayor of Godavari municipality, Gajendra Maharjan, said that there would be no problem in activities of the Temple after the establishment of the Fund of Rs 5 million.