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khilraj regmiBiratnagar, Dec. 22: Chairman of Council of Ministers Khil Raj Regmi has expressed hope that the November 19 Constituent Assembly (CA) elections held in a special situation would give a new constitution as per the people’s aspirations.

Inaugurating a newly established regional child reform home at Kanchanbari of Biratnagar Sub-metropolis-4 on Sunday, he said political transition that is getting prolonged unexpectedly will have a negative impact on every aspect of the society.

Chairman Regmi however said ongoing discussions at the political level on the constitutional and political matters would come to a positive conclusion soon.

We want to hand over the state power to the next government as quickly as possible, Chairman Regmi said, adding people’s aspirations are respected in a democracy.

On the occasion, the Chairman said the state has gained major achievements in the field of child rights and added that the government would establish child reform homes in all the five regions to promote child rights and human rights.

Minister for Women, Children and Social Welfare Rhidhibaba Pradhan said children are the future of nation and state should invest on them to make the nation’s future bright.

The government is committed to improving the education and health of children living in the reform homes, who will be later rehabilitated in the society.

Secretary at the Ministry for Children, Women and Social Welfare Dinesh Adhikari, Chief District Officer of Morang Ganeshraj Karki, Central Child Welfare Committee coordinator Dilliram Giri, USEF President Ramkrishna Nirala talked about the importance of child reform home.

Local social worker the late Ganeshi Rajbanshi had donated land worth Rs. 600 million for the construction of the home which has one administrative building, boarding house and a five-room school building.

The government (Ministry of Women, Children and Social Welfare)  has contributed Rs. 21.28 million for constructing the home. RSS

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