House deadlock will end soon: PM Dahal

CHITWAN: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal has expressed his confidence that the deadlock in the Parliament will end soon.

PM Dahal, also Chairman of CPN (Maoist Centre), said this while talking to party cadres in eastern Chitwan today.

He said that the formal and informal talks were in progress with party leaders regarding resuming the House proceedings and these talks will give results very soon.

He further shared that they will reach a conclusion to end the House deadlock by this evening.  On another note, the Prime Minister argued that there was no confusion in continuity of the present ruling coalition partners.

He said that they will forge consensus to pass the policies and programmes of the government and upcoming budget. The PM also opined that there will be proper relations between the policies and programmes with the budget.

According to him, the government will put the agriculture sector in high priority along with promoting the agro based industries. “The budget will address the issues of marginalised, disadvantaged and poor people and sectors,” the PM added.

Prime Minister Dahal said that the government has worked effectively to control the crime and has brought the 143 ropanis of lands of Lalita Niwas under the possession of Nepal Government.

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