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Good governance precondition for economic prosperity: Home Minister Shrestha


21 September 2023  

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KATHMANDU: Deputy Prime Minister and Home Minister, Narayan Kaji Shrestha, has said the government has been moving ahead to implement the main spirit of good governance, prosperity and social justice in the country.

In today’s meeting of the State Affairs and Good Governance Committee of the House of Representatives, DPM Shrestha mentioned that prosperity was indispensable to justify the political changes.

“Good governance has been the pre-condition for prosperity,” he shared, adding, “We have given priority to good governance with a target of maintaining good governance, accelerating the journey and process of prosperity and taking them to the logical point and guaranteeing social justice.”

The Deputy Prime Minister stressed that the government has been moving ahead making good governance, prosperity and social justice its main spirit of its immediate duties being determined towards national sovereignty, geographical integrity and protection of independence.

Stating that the government was active in establishing the rule of law as it is the important aspect of democracy, he mentioned, “The state should play an overall role to establish rule of law. Not only the state, all the state bodies should play positive role and it is the main responsibility of the state and government”.

Home Minister Shrestha expressed that they have been forwarding activities like maintaining peace and security, ending impunity and controlling crimes with priority.

He also expressed concern over initiatives and activities taking place to undermine original characteristics of the country—multi-ethnic, multi-lingual, multi-regional and multi-cultural for sometimes.

“We must not allow diversities and specialties of the country to weaken under any circumstances. The government is of the view that the problem cannot be resolved only through administration; it does not mean that law will not be implemented. The law and administration will intervene any time, it does. We all should our role while being aware about negative aspects surfaced in the country and society. I want to appeal to all for that too,” he said.

Publish Date : 21 September 2023 17:36 PM

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