•      Sat Jul 13 2024

Expenses on snacks slashed at Council of Ministers meeting, saving Rs 6 million annually

Kathmandu, Jan 1: The government which has announced reforms in all the State apparatuses from today on cut down on the snack expenditures of the meeting of Council of Ministers.

The Prime Minister informed the meeting of the Council of Ministers held at Singha Durbar this morning that the expenditure on snacks served in the meetings of the Council of Ministers has been cut down, saying the reforms should be initiated from small topics, according to the Prime Minister’s Secretariat.

The PM Office stated that approximately Rs 60 thousand was spent on snacks in each meeting of the Council of Ministers. It is said the Council of Ministers meets more than 100 times in a year. Govinda Acharya, the Press Advisor to the Prime Minister, said that around Rs 6 million is saved annually with the cut down on the snack expenses in the meeting of the Council of Ministers.

Normal snack will be served in the meeting of the Council of Ministers from now on, the PM Secretariat said. Acharya said PM Dahal has started reforms from his own office as minor topics are also considered significant in good governance and reforms.

He added that works related to good governance and improvement would be consistently pursued ahead.

Prime Minister Dahal who has announced to change the working style of the government has been reaching the Prime Minister’s Office at Singha Durbar at 10.0 am daily, except on public holidays. He has been taking daily briefing from various ministries and initiatives for resolving the problems seen in development projects, including the national pride projects, from the Singha Durbar.

Meanwhile, the government’s decision to use the Nepal Sambat calendar in all the government documents has been implemented. Acharya, the PM’s press advisor, said the Nepal Sambat date has been started to be used in the messages of best wishes that the PM has been issuing on various occasions. RSS Nepal

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