PM bats for enabling province by reforming service delivery

Kathmandu, June 7: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ said federalism would go strong by delivering services as per the people’s aspirations while calling for positive efforts from all the agencies concerned.    

Prime Minister Dahal said this at a meeting with the office-bearers of the Inter- Legislative Forum at the PM’s residence, Baluwatar, this morning.    

“The formation of the Forum for making parliament effective is important. Such discussions are necessary periodically. The government will take the Forum’s findings seriously and make attempt to address them in maximum”, the PM said.    

During the discussion, the Prime Minister said that a debate was going on between the supporters and opponents of the federal democratic republic and better ‘delivery’ should be given to the people.    

“We are in favour of strengthening the federal democratic republic and effective implementation of the constitution”, he said.    

“The opponents of federalism are trying to spread disaffection on the system by attacking the provinces. We need to discourage such tendencies. Province and local governments should be strengthened by giving good ‘delivery’ to the people”, Dahal explained.  

According to the Prime Minister’s private secretariat, the PM said that he was taking initiatives to conclude the federal civil service act and police integration work at the earliest.    

Speaker of the House of Representatives, Chairperson of the National Assembly, Minister for Communications and Information Technology, Minister for Law, Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Vice-Chairperson of the National Assembly, Speaker and Deputy Speaker of all seven provinces, Chief Secretary of the government, among others, were present on the occasion.  (RSS)   

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