During the meeting held at the Baiddya’s residence at Baniyatar, the Chamber delegation urged Baiddya to take initiatives to forge a consensus among political parties so as to bring the complete budget in time, said Chamber President Suresh Basnet after the meeting.
He further said that they also drew the attention of Baiddya towards negative impact on the country’s economy possible in absence of the complete budget.
Entire country’s economic sector would deteriorate, an environment of foreign investment would be disturbed and anarchy would increase if the country could not get the complete budget, said Basent.
In response, saying his party was always in favour of a full-fledged budget, Baiddya urged the delegation to pile pressure on government also for creating an environment of a consensus to bring the full budget.
Leader Baiddya said that his party has support to many issues raised by the Chamber, said Basnet and added that during the meeting the delegation had proposed for bringing the budget friendly to investment, revenue, production, export and employment.
However, possibility of bringing the full-fledged budget is very slim in the absence of the political consensus, said Baiddya and added that creating an environment of consensus was the main responsibility of the government. RSS