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‘National Inclusion Commission should work to justify its relevance’

Kathmandu, Feb 20: National Assembly (NA) Chairman Ganesh Prasad Timilsina has argued that the National Inclusion Commission should work to justify its relevance as per the spirit of the constitution.

At a programme organized here on 3rd anniversary of the Commission on Tuesday, NA Chairman Timilsina suggested that the constitutional commissions should conduct interaction programmes time to time and should carry out their jobs in time.

“The Commission members are required to make their jobs effective. Along with the review of the Commission’s performance, assessment of the past activities should be conducted,” the NA Chairman added.

He emphasized that the Commission should create enabling environment to ensure special priorities to the marginalized communities.

Commission’s Chairman Dr Ram Krishna Timalsena expressed his rue towards lack of seriousness on the part of government and federal parliament to the Commission’s recommendations on inclusion.

He added that the Commission was always proactive to bring the backward community in the mainstream and ensure social justice. #Nepal

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