Nepali Congress has no agenda, says NCP leader Sah
Rautahat, January 15
Nepal Communist Party (NCP) Province 2 Chair Prabhu Sah has observed that the country has yet to get rid of the residue of protracted political transition.
“Long after the end of the transition, the government is still busy clearing its traces and may appear to have failed to deliver, which is not true,” said NCP leader Sah, inaugurating the track for Harshaha-Bhasedhawa road in Rautahat’s Brindaban today.
Elected as member of the federal Parliament from Rautahat Constituency-3, the Sah expressed confidence that the present government would be able to work as per public expectations in these five years.
“There are some parties that envy the government and are doing all they can to make us fail. As the people are witnessing their activities, the opposition’s wish to turn this government into a failure won’t ever be fulfilled,” he reasoned.
“In fact, the opposition’s obstruction of the Parliament by unnecessarily raising the issues of Dr KC’s agitation and rape and murder of Nirmala Panta has exposed the party to the public.
The truth is that the Nepali Congress is lacking in terms of agenda, that is why it has stooped to obstructing the Parliament on such issues,” he said.
The minister also hoped that the opening of the road track spanning 8.6 km would ease the movement of locals.