KATHMANDU, Sept 28: The ruling CPN (Maoist Center) has drawn a conclusion that the dissatisfactions seen regarding the School Education Bill registered at the Federal Parliament should be addressed through dialogue.
A meeting of the office-bearers of the party held under the chairmanship of acting Chairman Narayan Kaji Shrestha at the party office, Perisdanda, took the decision in this regard, said party Spokesperson Agni Prasad Sapkota.
Community School Teachers across the country had gathered in Kathmandu a few days ago and demonstrated expressing their dissatisfaction with the bill.
Although most of the teachers have returned to work after reaching an agreement with the government, relief quota teachers are still demonstrating, saying their demands are not addressed.
Sapkota shared that the party urged the government to address the genuine demands of relief quota teachers keeping the sentiments of the constitution in mind.
Determining that a point of consensus would be found through talks and dialogue, the meeting requested the government to include the necessary provisions in the bill to address the demands, he mentioned.
Similarly, the party also drew the government's attention to address the demands raised by doctors and health workers. Doctors have been demonstrating citing they have been facing assaults and misbehavior time and again by the relatives of patients.
Stating that activities spoiling the social harmony in different parts of the country have been taking place, the party laid emphasis on the need for adopting alertness on time.
Likewise, special emphasis was laid on the need for making the campaign 'Maoists with people' launched by the party further effective and moving ahead winning the trust of the people in the meeting, said leader Sapkota.
Pointing out the need for making the government's anti-corruption and good governance campaign more effective, the meeting urged all to support the government for the same.