PM says people's expectation from him won't just go by
BHADRAPUR: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli on Wednesday said he would not let the trust held by Nepali people in him to just go by.
Addressing a felicitations and greetings exchange programme organised by CPN-UML District Working Committee, Jhapa in Birtamod of the district, PM Oli pledged to rid the country of twine bridges and the burden of crippling power outage in the coming two years.
He further claimed that all the Nepal people would have a home within the next two years.
The CPN-UML Chairman also made an announcement of eradicating corruption in the country in two years' time.
Everyone must attempt for those tasks from their respective sectors so that the dreams held by the martyrs can be realised, PM Oli said.
With an emphatic declaration to make the agricultural sector modern and commercial, PM Oli resolved to create investment friendly environment.
Informing that the new Constitution was promulgated through adherence to democratic practice and process, PM Oli stressed that success would not be achieved without the support of people.
Nepali Congress General Secretary Krishna Prasad Sitaula, UML General Secretary Ishwor Pokharel and CPN-ML General Secretary CP Mainali had also spoken at the function.