Poachers won’t be spared, says Nembang

Narayangarh, January 12:

Speaker of the House of Representatives Subas Nembang said today that the government will not pardon rhino poachers.

Inaugurating the Chitwan Festival 2063 here, Nemwang said: “Poachers of the world’s endangered one-horned rhinos will not be pardoned.”

He also said that the government is thinking of enacting a new law to check rhino poaching.

Voicing concern at the surge in rhino poaching, Nembang said: “The one-horned rhino will be limited to museums if this poaching spree continues.” He suggested that the people should take a united stand in an integrated manner to preserve the endangered one-horned rhino.

Praising the role of Chitwan’s people in the Jana Andolan II, Nembang said he hoped that they would show a similar zeal in protecting the one-horned rhino.

“Restructuring of the state and inclusion have become necessary. The constituent assembly that will come into effect after the constituent assembly poll will ensure that.” He also unveiled the souvenir of the Chitwan Festival and a statue of the one-horned rhino.

President of the Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industries, Chandi Raj Dhakal said the attention of businessmen has been drawn to the urgency of preserving rhino.