ILAM: Subas Chandra Nembang, chairman, Constituent Assembly, said on Friday that the people would be weakened if the parliament turned weak. Speaking at an inaugural function of a newly constructed building of Mangalbare Multiple Campus in Mangalbare, Nembang said that the voice of the people was suppressed as the parliament had been halted for long. He also warned that the importance of the political parties would cease if the parliament was halted for a long. He urged all the parties not to develop the tradition of halting the parliament.
Nembang also said that the country would face economic disaster if the passage of budget was not allowed. He added, “We have not seen any example of such an obstruction in any country.”