Am not content with govt performance myself: DPM Thapa

HETAUNDA: Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs Kamal Thapa on Wednesday expressed his dissatisfaction over the works performed by the government.

Acknowledging that there were some disputes within his Rastriya Prajatantra Party-Nepal regarding performance of the government and the party's presence there, Chairman Thapa informed that the disputed issues would be discussed at the party’s meeting starting from tomorrow in Birgunj.

According to Thapa, issues of inefficient supply management, dissatisfaction among the citizens and politicisation in administration of the government would also be discussed in the meeting.

He stated that his involvement in the incumbent government was guided by concerns for nationality, democracy and development of the country along with the future of the party rather than his personal desire.

He also expressed his commitment to declare the country a Hindu state again with people’s majority in the near future.

Hailing his visit with PM KP Sharma Oli to China as a success, he said the supply of petroleum products would ease soon following Nepal's 10-point agreement with the northern neighbour.