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NC prepares to obstruct today’s House meeting

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KATHMANDU — The main opposition party Nepali Congress is preparing to make a strong protest in the Legislature Parliament against the government’s failure to address the concerns of earthquake victims during the eight months.

The party is preparing to impede today’s House meeting, seeking government’s assurance to address the NC’s concerns on the performance of National Reconstruction Authority.

Claiming that the ruling UML party has been doling out money from the fund to its non-government organizations (NGOs) through the National Reconstruction Authority (NRA), the NC said it would raise this issue in the Legislature-Parliament meeting on Wednesday.

Yesterday, NC president Sher Bahadur Deuba held a day-long discussion at the NC’s PP office with the party’s lawmakers from earthquake-affected districts.

At a meeting attended by the lawmakers of the quake-affected districts and district presidents, most of the participants accused the government of not providing any relief to the real quake victims, according to lawmaker Ram Hari Khatiwada.

Following the discussion, Deuba instructed party lawmakers to bring to light misuse of authority and funds collected for earthquake victims.

The NC said the UML has been benefiting its cadres by recruiting them in various NGOs funded by the government, and thereby depriving the real quake victims of the quake relief.

Wednesday’s House meeting will be obstructed and the protest will continue until the government assures NC that it will not politicise reconstruction work or relief distribution among the earthquake victims, said NC’s lawmaker.

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Province 6 CM gives cabinet a full shape

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SURKHET — Province 6 Chief Minister Mahendra Bahadur Shahi has expanded the provincial Cabinet to full shape on Sunday inducting four more ministers from CPN-UML and two ministers from the CPN (Maoist Centre).

CM Shahi has inducted CPN (MC) lawmakers Bimala KC has been inducted as the Minister for Internal Affairs and Land Reform, Agriculture and Cooperativesand Naresh Bhandari who has been inducted as the Minister for Internal Affairs in the cabinet.

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Likewise, CPN-UML lawmakers Nanda Singh Budha has been given the responsibility to look over Ministry of Industry, Forest, Environment and Tourism, Prakas Jwala has been appointed the Minister for Economic Affairs, Dal Rawal is the Minister for Social Development, and Khadga Bahadur Khatri will head the Ministry of Infrastructure.

The newly appointed ministers took the oath of office and secrecy from Provincial Chief Durga Keshar Khanal and assumed the office on Sunday itself.

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