Won’t tolerate elements acting against peace process, says PM Oli
January 29, 2019 03:32 PM NPT
Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli (Republica file photo)
KATHMANDU, Jan 29: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has urged one and all not to disrupt peace process saying that it is near to conclusion.
Speaking at a program organized on the 18th Police Day at the Armed Police Force (APF) headquarters in Halchowk in the capital on Tuesday, Prime Minister Oli appealed to one and all not to disrupt the peace process as it is at the final phase.
“We have come to the final stage of the peace process after having experienced the ordeal of a decade-long Maoist insurgency. It would be unwise to backpedal the peace process, inciting conflicts again,” said Prime Minister Oli, adding, “We should discourage such elements acting against the nation.”
Oli further said that the government is rendering efforts to establish good governance and prosperity by wiping out corruption. Stability and peace are necessary to achieve these goals. “The security forces have a great role to establish peace, said Oli.