Tradition of demanding resignation not good: PM Dahal

KATHMANDU: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ stated that the tradition to demand resignation for political reason from Prime Minister, Minister for Home Affairs and Minister for Finance was not good.

In a press meet in the VVIP room of the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu upon his return from Italy today, PM Dahal viewed that the major opposition’s obstruction in parliament demanding the Deputy Prime Minister and Home Minister’s resignation was not a good thing.

Dahal said that he would further clarify on this matter after holding discussions with the Deputy Prime Minister and ministers. “The tradition of unilaterally demanding resignation without offering a chance for furnishing clarification is not a good,” the PM reiterated.
The PM, who represented Nepal in the UN Food Systems Summit +2 Stocktaking Moment organized by the Food and Agriculture Organization from June 24 to July 28, said that Nepal’s participation in the event was important in itself.

The Summit was important to further establish Nepal’s presence and status in the international community.
On a different note, he shared that the government had made necessary efforts to control the lumpy skin disease spreading rapidly in cattle. Millions of cattle have been administered vaccine against the viral disease, he informed. RSS


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