CA poll gives political way out to nation: Spokesperson Poudel

काठमाण्डु टुडे २०७० मंसिर १६ गते ७:४५ मा प्रकाशित

Babiyachaur, Dec. 1: Spokesperson of the Interim Council of Ministers Madhav Poudel has said the successful completion of the Constituent Assembly (CA) election has paved the way out to the nation from the political crisis.

Putting forth his views at the inaugural ceremony of a newly constructed building of the District Education Office Myagdi at Jyamarukkot-8, Spokesperson Poudel who is also the Education Minister said atmosphere for establishing political stability and drafting a new constitution has been created with the completion of the CA election.

“The incumbent government has successfully completed its task of holding the CA election no matter in which condition and context it was formed,” he said, adding the election has given a way out to the nation from the prolonged political crisis.

He expressed his hope that political parties would form a new constitution by using their conscience and bearing in mind the necessities of the country in the near future.

“The government is planning to enforce a bill on free and compulsory education in the future with a view to eradicating illiteracy from the country. Such bill will include a provision which will prevent citizens not passing grade eight to join the government service,” the Education Minister said.

Minister Poudel who is also the Minister for Information and Communications informed that preparations were underway to make community schools WiFi-free zone. He stressed that there should be an easy access to information technology in the education sector.

Secretary at the Education Ministry Narayan Gopal Malego said the government has a target of making 1.6 million Nepali citizens literate in the current fiscal year.

The two-storied building with 17 rooms was constructed at a cost of Rs. 14.9 million.

Regional Education Director Tuk Bahadur Shrestha, Assistant Chief District Officer Tulsiram Bhandari, President of Nepal Teachers’ Union Ram Prasad Subedi, District Education Officer Bishnu Narayan Shrestha also put forth their views on the occasion. RSS

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