Mahat slams government govt.’s move
KATHMANDU: Nepali Congress central member Dr Ram Sharan Mahat has said the caretaker government had no rights to bring full budget.
Speaking at a programme here on Monday, the former finance minister, however, said that the government can bring partial budget if it lasted till mid-June.
Mahat said the consensus on economic issues was not possible without political consensus.
Any government can prepare for the budget but consensus was necessary to institutionalize it, he argued.
On the occasion, leader Mahat claimed that the Nepali Congress would lead the next government and efforts were being made for this. RSS
Published Date: Monday, June 25th, 2012 | 05:38 AM
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