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Lawmakers draw government attention to contemporary problems



Kathmandu, Feb 25: In a meeting of the House of Representatives today, lawmakers drew the government’s attention to the urgency of addressing the issues realting to development sectors and usury victims.

Airing their views in a zero hour of the lower house session, they demanded the government promptly address and implement issues raised in the parliament.

Bina Lama apprised the government that problems of usury victims are yet to be resolved while Bidya Bhattarai said most of cooperatives in her home district Kaski are troubled and the victims of Surya Darshan Cooperative are highly suffered.

The lawmaker demanded action against those responsible for mismanagements in cooperatives. Binita Kumari Singh expressed her concern over the lowest literacy rates in the Madesh while Biraj Bhakta Shrestha sought the guarantee of minimum wages for working journalists.

Santosh Pariyar drew the government’s attention to the need of bringing a bill aiming to upgrade the Khwopa College in Bhaktapur into a university.

Gyanendra Bahadur Karki urged the government to come with solutions to monkey menace in Nepal. #Nepal


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