Lawmakers start complaining of being denied decisive roles
SUNDARIJAL: As the deadline of the Constitutional Assembly draws closer, some CA members have complained that decisions were imposed on the lawmakers by overtaking by the leaders who have not been in the CA.
Lawmakers Ambika Basnet and Chakra Bahadur Thakuri made this complaint at a inaugural programme of the one-day workshop on ‘Buddhist philosophy and peace studies, cooperation and potentials’ organized by the Bouddhanath Area Development Committee and the Buddhist Multiple Campus today.
Lawmaker Basnet said we should not allow the culture and tradition to break as one community has been living with tolerance and respect to another community and religion.
They also stressed that Buddha’s message of peace will be appropriate for the resolution of the problems seen in the country.
At the programme presided over by Bouddhanath Area Development Committee Chairman Deependra Lama, Lumbini Buddhist University Executive Member Gajendra Kumar Lama, ex-Ambassador Dr. Ganesh Yonjan, Gumba Management Committee Chairman Dr. Khenpo Nima Dorje Rinpoche, Kathmandu- 6 secretary Yubaraj Khanal, and Campus Management Committee chairman Manu humagain, among others, also expressed their views. RSS
Published Date: Sunday, May 13th, 2012 | 12:34 AM