KATHMANDU, May 11: Former prime minister and senior leader of the ruling CPN-UML has expressed his dissatisfaction over the working style of the government saying that the government has not done anything more than just talking about economic prosperity.
Speaking at a function organized by the Embassy of Bangladesh in Kathmandu, Former Prime Minister Nepal complained that the government has not been not able expedite development projects. He also expressed his dissatisfaction saying that the government has failed to deliver on its promise of good governance.
“The government does not appear serious about working toward fully exploiting the natural resources,” said Nepal speaking at an interaction entitled “LDC Graduation Process of Bangladesh: Learning for Nepal”.
Leader Nepal urged the government to prioritize water resources, energy, agriculture and minerals to develop the country.
At the function, Nepal stressed the need for maintaining excellent bilateral relations with the government. He suggested that Nepal could benefit from Bangladesh’s economic development with increased cooperation in the areas of trade, investment, transit and connectivity, education, power and energy for mutual benefit.
At the end of the function, Mashfee Binte Shams, ambassador of Bangladesh to Nepal, said there are areas where the Bangladesh government will focus in order to graduate to developed country by 2041.