KATHMANDU, Sept 9: Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli has said that he has no plans to reshuffle the cabinet anytime soon.
Addressing a conference of the Federation of District Coordination Committees in Kathmandu on Saturday, PM Oli claimed that he is satisfied with the works of all the ministers.
“There are rumors that the cabinet will be reshuffled today or tomorrow. But the fact is that the cabinet will not be reshuffled right now,” Oli said, adding, “All the ministers are doing their job well.” Prime Minister Oli urged the ministers not to get carried away by criticism and attack on their works.
In a separate note, he also added that Nepal can use many border entry points with China following the trade and transit protocol treaty with the northern neighbor.
“Nepal and China have finalized the trade and transit protocol in consensus. Now, Nepal can use border entry points and roads as much as we need. This is the issue of extra ordinary happiness,” he said.
Addressing the program, Oli claimed that all roads in the capital will be blacktopped within six months. Claiming that the government won't collapse over criticism, Oli said that the government has been working honestly for the development and prosperity of the country.
Prime Minister Oli urged all to unite for the development claiming that their political struggles have now come to an end. He also claimed that some forces in the country are creating disturbance on rule and order and plotting for disintegration.