KATHMANDU, April 6: Lawmakers have drawn the government's attention to various contemporary issues.
During the special hour in today's meeting of the House of Representatives, Ram Krishna Yadav of the Nepali Congress stressed that the government should immediately take initiatives to provide fertilizers and seeds to farmers.
He also urged the government to bring cargo trains in operation in order to make the Janakpur-Jaynagar railway service effective. Yadav also drew the government's attention not to discriminate against martyrs.
Similarly, Raghuji Panta of the CPN-UML blamed that no achievement was gained in the government's 100 days and the government had failed to expand the cabinet for a long time.
CPN (Maoist Center)'s Surya Man Dong commented that the opposition party made unnecessary objections to the government while Lekhnath Dahal of the same party urged the opposition party not to be biased while evaluating the government.
Lekhnath said, "The good works of the government should be appreciated as well as the weaknesses should be pointed out."
Saying that Nepal has been described as the center of spirituality in different international forums, Manish Kumar Jha of Rastriya Swatantra Party urged the state to pay attention to it.
Although the country is depending on the remittance sent by Nepali migrant workers, attention has not been paid to their security, opined Deepak Bahadur Singh of Rastriya Prajatantra Party.
Likewise, Pradeep Yadav of Janata Samajwadi Party, Rajendra Prasad Pandey of the CPN (Unified Socialist), among others, also drew the government's attention to various other issues.