Wednesday, 20 January, 2021

Don’t believe govt change rumours: PM


By Chandra Pandak
Taplejung (Ghunsa), Nov. 24: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli Monday said the incumbent government will not change.
Stating that those who want to push the country towards instability are spreading the illusion of opposition to the government and change of government, Prime Minister Oli said that the current government will not change under any circumstances.
Addressing the inauguration ceremony of the newly constructed building of the Health Unit Office at Ghunsa in Lelep of Faktanglung Rural Municipality Ward No. 6 under the initiative of Ghunsa Foundation, Prime Minister Oli said that the government would move ahead keeping strong spirit for the development and progress of the country despite spreading baseless allegations and illusions.
He said that the government has always been committed to institutionalising the federal democratic republic and save the independence of the nation. He said that various allegations and rumours were circulated against the government and the Prime Minister from within the party, but they were baseless.
He warned that he was ready to face any conspiracy against him and the government from within the party. He said that the government was dedicated to the interest of the people and the country despite the non-cooperation of some leaders within the party.
Prime Minister Oli said that the present government had moved ahead in the task of building an independent nation by including the western lands like Lipulek and Limpiyadhura in the political map of Nepal as an initiative to reclaim the lost or encroached lands.
He also said that the government had adopted a policy of maintaining friendship with neighbouring countries India and China to make the steps taken by the government for patriotism, nationalism and independent Nepal a success.
Stating that the government is committed to the stability of the country, Prime Minister Oli urged all to work for development, progress and improvement of the country with confidence.
According to Prime Minister Oli, the government’s attention had been drawn to the demands of the people of Faktanglung. He assured that the government would take initiative through the concerned ministry to meet the demands of upgrading the Olangchungola North-South Highway connecting Tiptala border with blacktop, upgrading the Kanchanjungha foot trail and improving internet service to 4G.
He also said that the government would take initiative to make the newly constructed community health unit permanent and establish Ghunsa as a model tourist village. He said that the government had also taken note of the locals’ demand of upgrading Ghunsa Micro Hydropower to extend electricity to the mountain villages including Ghunsa, Khambachen, Gyabla and Amjilesa.
Prime Minister Oli was accompanied by the then Chairman of the Constituent Assembly and Deputy leader of Nepal Communist Party Subash Chandra Nembang, Minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation Yogesh Kumar Bhattarai and Chief Minister of State 1 Sherdhan Rai. PM Oli also inspected the border area connected with Tibet, a Chinese-administered region, including Tiptala Bhanjyang, by helicopter.
Meanwhile, the Prime Minister's spouse Radhika Shakya announced the establishment of a fund of Rs. 500,000 in Ghunsa Basic School.
Shakya has announced to set up a fund to provide scholarships to 10 students studying in the school in various disciplines annually. Likewise, Shakya also promised to provide 10 blankets to the community health unit. 

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