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PM expresses commitment to prosperity

19 February 2020  

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KATHMANDU: Prime Minister KP Oli has expressed commitment to continue with a journey for a prosperous Nepal by overcoming hurdles created against such mission.

Complaining of obstructions in the mega campaign for pursuing prosperity in the country, he made it clear that such unwanted circumstances would not be allowed to block the journey towards a special destination.

In his address to a special program organized at the Army Pavilion Tundikhel on the occasion of the 70th National  Democracy Day today, the Prime Minister said, “The government is determined to overcome intentional barriers created against the journey of development.”

Though we have to go a long way to see the richness in the nation, a journey towards that end continues, according to the Prime Minister.

He added the government was aware of that mentality which considered this mission unessential and meaningless.

Recalling the moment when the government formed in the aftermath of the general election held after the constitution’s promulgation completed its two years recently, Prime Minister Oli said the government took its first year as the base year for the state operation.

“Now the government is moving ahead by developing state structures as demanded by the constitution, implementing federalism and carrying out fiscal management and adjustment of laws and workforce. We are committed to building a prosperous Nepal on these bases. Results have started to be seen in terms of good governance and development.

Publish Date : 19 February 2020 15:48 PM

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