PM reiterates commitment to peace, constitution writing
KATHMANDU: Prime Minister Dr. Baburam Bhattarai has said that all the political parties should be engaged rigorously to complete the peace and constitution writing processes by working day and night rather than seeking to extend the term of the Constituent Assembly yet again.
He said the government will create environment for the same. Inaugurating the newly constructed building of the Kathmandu District Development Committee, Prime Minister Dr. Bhattarai said first priority of the present government is to complete the twin tasks of peace and constitution.
We cannot even think of alternative to peace and constitution and if any mishap takes place no one will be spared, the prime minister said.
The building was constructed at a cost of Rs. 50 million at five ropanis of land. The prime minister on the occasion also informed that a Kathmandu Valley Development Authority was mulled for the overall development of the Kathmandu valley, for which internal preparations were on.
He also informed that there is a need for bringing land use and land utilisation policies in Kathmandu valley, and added that no one should obstruct the construction of the outer ring road.
Kathmandu LDO Gopal Parajuli and chief of the Technical Office Kumar Thapa informed about the decisions of the fifth district council meeting.
Published Date: Friday, March 9th, 2012 | 12:26 PM