KATHMANDU: Demanding time at today’s meeting of the Legislature-Parliament, Nepali Congress Chief Whip Laxman Ghimire said the agreement between the UCPN- Maoist and the United Democratic Madhesi Front (UDMF) was against the rule of law.
He called on the Prime Minister to reply at the parliament regarding the views of the Attorney General on withdrawal of cases, and asked why the PM’s views that employees will not be transferred, was not implemented.
He, however, expressed NC’s commitment for peace process and the new constitution.
Janardan Sharma of the UCPN-Maoist said the relief programme of the government for the people was good, and urged the government to implement it.
He demanded compensation and relief programme for the victimised families from the landslides that killed 40 people in the country so far including the one in Rolpa.
He called on the opposition to cooperate in finalising peace process and urged the government to provide Dashain expenses in advance for the combatants.
CPN-UML’s Bishnu Rimal demanded implementation of agreements by FNCCI with three trade unions and urged to provide increased salaries to the workers.
He said his party would cooperate from the opposition, but asked why the home secretary was transferred.