Government is lifeless: Oli

Published On: July 12, 2022 11:55 AM NPT By: Republica  | @RepublicaNepal

KATHMANDU, July 12: UML Chairperson KP Sharma Oli has said that the current five-party coalition government is dead. In an interaction with editors on Monday, Oli said that the government, which has become lifeless, would spread cholera in society. He said that the current government would make society stink. "It simply came to our notice then. Carrying a lifeless government is to make society stink. It spreads cholera, he said. Now, the government's  limbs and body parts are falling like those of Sati Devi in the Satya Yuga. There is no back where the limb falls. So there is no point in this paramilitary government. “

He said that the current ruling coalition would have been broken if the UML had wanted to. He also said that, in the current situation, it is necessary to think about what kind of alliance to form and what to do. Oli said that the current government can understand how fruitful the alliance will be. He made it clear that his only goal was not to join the government.

Oli said the main thing was to change the situation rather than just changing the government. "The key thing is to change the situation, not to form an alliance or a numerical change and change the government," Oli said.

Stating that the UML may also have some shortcomings, he said that the current crisis in the country is due to the ruling alliance and their weaknesses. Oli acknowledged his weaknesses as chairman of a major party. "There has been a decline in the attraction to parties, but as the chairman of the country's largest party, I am not weak," Oli said. Such a situation does not mean that there are no shortcomings on our part. He said the problem was also due to the coalition parties.

Similarly, Oli said that an international airport could be built in Nijgadh without damaging the forest. He shared his opinion that the airport can be built in an area of ​​2,000 meters by removing the Tangia settlement to the south of the area where the airport is currently being built without damaging the forest. "There is no need to take 8,000 hectares to build the international airport in Nijgadh, remove the nearby Tangia settlement without damaging the forest and build it on the south side in 2,000 hectares," he said.

Stating that the government should not take unnecessary land, destroy forests unnecessarily and adversely affect the environment while constructing the airport, Oli said that the court should not interfere in the development work. Oli also criticized the court for interfering unnecessarily in development in many places.


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