NC-UML together for stable government: General Secretary Sharma


Jhapa, July 11: General Secretary of Nepali Congress, Bishwo Prakash Sharma, has said the togetherness of largest political parties of the country, NC and CPN UML, was for a stable government.    
He made it clear that frequent changes in government caused instability in the country, which prodded the two big parties to come together.    
As per the two-party agreement, UML Chairman KP Sharma Oli will lead the government first. "NC supports the UML-led government," he said, reminding that they were hopeful that new government would avert crisis.    
According to him, coordination among three tiers of government is essential for advancing development works at local level. The people's representatives elected from different parties should work with the spirit of a common representative- of all locals, Sharma reminded.    
Meanwhile, the NC leader laid a foundation stone to an overhead tank at Sirjana Chowk of Mechinagar, Jhapa.    
The tank is being constructed for the drinking water project targeted for Kakadbhitta, Dhulabari, Charali and Bahundangi area of the district.    
The estimated cost of the construction is Rs 104 million, according to Rohit Kumar Budhathoki, Chairman of Kakadbhitta Drinking Water Consumers and Sanitation Association.    
The Association will bear Rs 13 million for the project, while the federal government to provide Rs 11 million.    
The NC General Secretary also laid a foundation stone for a suspension bridge over the Timai stream of Buddhashanti rural municipality. (RSS)      


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