Fertilizer, idle airports and hassles at hospitals feature at HoR meeting


Kathmandu, June 12: In a meeting of the House of Representatives (HoR) today, lawmakers drew the attention of the government towards various issues of public concerns such as short supply of fertilizers, airports staying idles, and hassles at hospitals.     

Airing their views in a zero session of the House, Man Bahadur Gurung put his queries over the non-operation of international flights in Pokhara International Airport. He urged the government to take the initiative to operate the airport internationally.     

 Mahesh Kumar Bartaula said it is unfortunate that patients have to line up for several months for general surgery in the federal hospital.     

Madhav Sapkota spoke on urgency to enrich the National Disaster Risk Mitigation and Management Authority and security agencies with resources.     

Menaka Kumari Pokharel drew the attention of security bodies to mitigating growing offenses in Dang.     

Ranendra Baraili demanded government's activism to curb cases of caste-based discrimination taking place in the country.     

Manish Kumar Jha, Mukta Kumari Yadav, Metmani Chaudhary, Maina Karki , Raghuji Pant, Ranju Kumari Jha, Rajendra Kumar KC, Ramkrishna Yadav,Ram Kumar Rai, Ramnath Adhikari, Ram Shankar Yadav, Ramhari Khatiwada, Rupa Shoshi Chaudhary, Roshan Karki, Laxmi Tiwari, Lal Prasad Sawa Limbu, Lalbir Chaudhary and Lekhanath Dahal were among those airing their views in the session.     

Ranju Kumari Jha urged the government to respond to concerns raised during the zero hour. (RSS)

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