Manifestos are incomplete without clear execution plan
November 6, 2017 10:05 AM NPT
KATHMANDU, Nov 6: The economist Dr.Chandramani Adhikari has stated that the manifestos released by all political parties are incomplete. He said that on those released manifesto there is not clear execution scheme of the plan of actiion and not a clear vision to good governance.
He opined that those manifestos are more ambitious and that kept the public on mirage. In the interview with Radio Nagarik Dr. Adhikari suggest that the political parties should include the corruption mitigating strategy, practical planning and programs, implementation of legal proceedings on their manifesto. He said, 'Voters declared of their vote on the base of the manifesto of political parties. So, it must be reliable.'
The manifestos embrace to produce 20 thousand megawatts electricity in ten years, giving unemployment allowance, increasing annual economic growth upto five hundred thousand in five years, expanding railway and extension of cable car, Dr. Adhikari added, 'which are possible but they have not give the understandable implementing plan.'
Dr. Adhikari suggests the political parties should give the clear plan of action on revenue management and mitigate corruption and governance.