Nepali Congress Vice-President Gurung demands resignation of Finance Minister Sharma

KATHMANDU: Nepali Congress Vice-President Dhan Raj Gurung has demanded resignation of Finance Minister Janardan Sharma.

Making public his views on Twitter, he suggested three options—formation of a probe committee to resolve the dispute, resignation to assist the probe committee and the removal.

“CCTV cameras monitor the people who commit unconstitutional acts. CCTV footage should be made public after a person holding a public post is embroiled in controversy. People  have rights to see the footage,” he said.

Nepali Congress General Secretary Gangan Thapa has already said that the Finance Minister should put in his papers or the Prime Minister should take action against him.

Finance Minister Sharma has been accused of inviting two unauthorized persons to tweak taxes a day before the budget was presented.


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