Govt policy and programmes to be announced tomorrow

काठमाण्डु टुडे २०७० फागुन २६ गते ८:५७ मा प्रकाशित

Kathmandu, 10 March – The government is set to bring its common minimum programme soon in a bid to making its works effective and efficient.

Minister for Information and Communications Dr Minendra Rijal, also the government spokesman, gave out this information today following a meeting of the Council of Ministers.

“Preparations are underway to make public the government’s minimum common programmes by tomorrow as far as possible to give momentum to government’s works as so many days have passed since the formation of the government,” he said.

According to him, in the meeting Prime Minister Sushil Koirala issued directives to inform the next meeting of the Council of Ministers and the Office of the Prime Minister and Council of Ministers about what works the different ministries can accomplish in 100 days.

“These directives are mainly concerned with providing the public services in an effective manner, ending the delays in carrying out administrative works, pushing ahead the delayed works and the expenditure on development projects in time and smooth passage of the bills to be tabled in Parliament,” Minister Dr Rijal said.

The Prime Minister also issued instructions cautioning against unnecessary spending such as on visits and called for making it systematic and regular, and also discoursing such trend keeping in mind the old practice of going on foreign visits  from outside without the notice of the government.

Similarly, the Cabinet meeting decided to table some bills in Parliament to replace the ordinances.

These bills include  the Finance Bill, the Appropriations Bill, the Bill to Mobilise Internal Loans, the Anti-Money Laundering Bill and the Bill on Freezing, Controlling and Confiscating of Assets from Proceeds of Crime.

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