Buildings for seven ministries arranged in Province 2
Janakpurdham, February 5
Buildings have been managed to accommodate seven ministries in Province 2.
The Office of Chief Minister and Council of Ministers, Ministry of Internal Affairs and law, Ministry of Financial Affairs and Physical Planning will be kept on the premises of Janakpur Cigarette Factory.
A meeting of office chiefs chaired by Principal Secretary Rajesworman Singh in Province 2 managed the buildings for housing these ministries.
District Public Health Office will house the Ministry of Social Development. The office of Drinking water and Sanitation division will house the Physical Planning Ministry while the office of district women and children will house the Ministry of Industry, Tourism and Environment.
The meeting decided to vacate the buildings that will house ministries by February 16 and do the needful to ready the offices and residences for ministers. The meet has authorised the Urban Development and Building Construction Office to arrange the offices for chief minister, ministers, secretary and joint secretary.
Principal Secretary Singh, Secretary at the Office of Chief Minister and Secretary Dabiram Bhandari at the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Law have already arrived.
Federal (central) Parliament Joint-secretary Banshiraj Paudel has been given responsibility of secretary to prepare and manage the proceeding of the Provincial Assembly meeting. Ministry of General Administration has deployed 36 staffers to the Provincial assembly.
The election of speaker has been slated for February 14. Offices and residence of the speaker, deputy speaker and employees of the PA legislature have been arranged on the premises of the Educational Training Centre.
Division Chief Engineer Ganga Prasad Yadav said repair and maintenance of the ministries and residences of ministers was on a war footing. The meeting also decided to demand more security personnel for security of the chief minister and ministries, their offices and residences.
District Police Office Dhanusha SP Chakra Bahadur Singh said there was urgent need to increase the number of police personnel due to the high demand of security personnel.