Kathmandu. The MPs of the ruling party are not confident that the policies and programs brought by the government will be implemented.
While speaking at the meeting of the National Assembly on Monday, the MPs of the ruling party expressed that they are not confident that the government’s policies and programs will be implemented. Participating in the discussion on the policies and programs proposed by the government, Nar Bahadur Bista, a member of the National Assembly, said that the state has a lot of responsibilities according to the wishes of the Nepali people and that even if the government proposes policies and programs, he is not confident that they will be implemented.
He said that policies and programs come every year but cannot be implemented, saying that he cannot be fully confident that they will be implemented this year as well.
Likewise, National Assembly member Dilkumari Thapa Rawal Parvati said that policies and programs have not come on the basis of inclusive and equitable development as stated by the constitution. He accused the government of not being sensitive towards solving the problems of local level and state governments. He also said that due to the lack of employees, the development and construction work at the local level could not accelerate.
National Assembly member Kamala Pant said that although the policies and programs are positive, the implementation phase is a matter of concern. He said that the implementation will also be known from what kind of budget comes.
Participating in the discussion, member of the National Assembly, Jayantidevi Rai, said that the policies and programs have covered all areas. He said that although the programs are good, there is a problem in implementation. He said that the constitution, effective implementation of federalism, structural reforms of the economy, increase in capital expenditure, control of corruption, frugality in public expenditure, construction of quality infrastructure and improvement in government service delivery and increase in employment are good aspects.
Rai, a member of the National Assembly, emphasized that the budget should be allocated in such a way that policies and programs are implemented.