Minister for Foreign Affairs Pradeep Gyawali. (File Photo)
GULMI: Minister for Foreign Affairs Pradeep Gyawali said people have no interest in changing prime minister and ministers at this hour.
Stating that those habituated in changing the government every year were restless to change the government, he urged the concerned sides not to trouble the people by working to that end.
Inaugurating a drinking water project at Ashwela of Satyawati Rural Municipality today, Minister Gyawali stated the people were looking for result, delivery and output from the current government.
He also urged people not to get disappointed from the messages of disappointments.
Minister Gyawali also argued that the country was advancing to the journey of prosperity.
Similarly, he asked the political parties to offer constructive feedback instead of making harsh criticisms on the government’s performance.
Stating that the rumour of government change was baseless, Minister Gyawali, also the standing committee member of the ruling Nepal Communist Party, warned that games to topple the government outside from the people would be unfortunate.
The project was completed in two years with the investment of Rs 19.64 million from the Drinking Water and Sanitation Division Office.