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Minister says constitution with federalism will come

Minister for Information and Communication Raj Kishor Yadav speaking at the Reporters Club Nepal on Tuesday, a day after he took over the ministerial chair that was earlier held by his party chairman J P Gupta. (Photo: Reporters Club Nepal)
Minister for Information and Communication Raj Kishor Yadav speaking at the Reporters Club Nepal on Tuesday, a day after he took over the ministerial chair that was earlier held by his party chairman J P Gupta. (Photo: Reporters Club Nepal)

KATHMANDU: Minister for Information and Communications, Raj Kishor Yadav, has said the constitution, which is being promulgated within May 27, would incorporate the aspirations of all Nepalis.

At a programme organized by Citizens’ Voice for Peace and Development in the capital on Wednesday, Minister Yadav said, “New constitution would not serve the interests of particular people and groups only but address the demands of all Nepalis.”

The recent discussion and debates was providing a base to do away with the static and regressive elements, he said, adding that he was committed to writing a pro-people constitution.

He further said the federalism he wanted was the federalism demanded by the Nepalis from all across the country where all of them find themselves included and respected.

Moreover, Minister Yadav lauded the role of media for peace and constitution-writing. He also hoped for a constructive role of the media in future too.

He appreciated the role played by journalist Rishi Dhamala in creating environment for joint discussion among journalists.

Journalist Dhamala was handed down a appreciation letter by the Minister for his contribution to the peace and constitution writing process.

On the occasion, Dhamala expressed hopes that the nation will get the new constitution by incorporating the aspirations of all Nepalese.

Along with him, Minister Yadav honoured General Manager of Dairy Development Board, Siyaram Singh, Director General of the Department of Industry, Dhruba Lal Rajbansi and others. RSS

Published Date: Wednesday, April 18th, 2012 | 04:21 AM

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