Govt ignoring major opposition’s concern: Chief Whip Lekhak

Kathmandu, May 8: Chief Whip of the Nepali Congress Parliamentary Party, Ramesh Lekhak has said the government was egregiously ignoring the significant issues raised by the major opposition party in the parliament.     

Talking to journalists at the office of the party’s parliamentary party in Singh Durbar on Wednesday, Chief Whip Lekhak informed the NC was firm on demand of investigation into the misappropriation of money in cooperatives. He insisted on taking actions against the fraudsters because money deposited by thousands of common people in cooperatives was found embezzled.     

He further underlined the need of clean up in the cooperative sector which is one of the important pillars of the national economy. On another note, he clarified that his party was not interested to fail the incumbent government and to form a new one in collaboration with CPN UML.     

The Chief Whip was however for forging minimum consensus with major political parties to address people’s need and aspirations.     

According to him, it was essential to ensure effectiveness of parliament and assure people that it was the platform for their voices. The parliament should be given business, otherwise it would turn a weak institution, Lekhak opined. (RSS)

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