PM Oli urges ministers, province CMs to work for nat’l interests
Mar 21, 2018-
Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has called on the ministers not to worry about displeasing anyone while working for the national interests.
During a meeting with the Cabient ministers and chief ministers of seven provinces in Singha Durbar, Kathmandu on Wednesday, PM Oli urged them to put aside the feeling that they would make the neighbouring countries angry while working for the nation.
“All the countries work for their own interests. They will not think about worrying countries. So we won’t be worried about displeasing others.”
PM Oli said that no one will be excused for becoming unsuccessful. He added that both the central government and provincial governments won’t be allowed to become failure. “We have already completed all kinds of political revolution. Now we have no more excuse for failure. The one and only agenda of the government is development.”
He said that all the seven provinces should compete for the development of the states. “I tell all the provinces to compete with each other for development of the states.”
On the occasion, PM Oli said the country has to fulfill all development goals in the next 13 years to achieve its target of the millennium development goal. “Make plans and take ahead the development works in order to meet the target,” he told the ministers.
Saying the news about deaths due to bone chilling cold in Tarai region has become almost a routine during winter season, PM Oli urged the ministers to work in an effective manner so that such new reports do not come in the coming winter.
Meanwhile, PM Oli, who is also the Chairman of CPN-UML, urged the chief ministers to coordinate with the Facilitation Committee headed by Attorney General to resolve the legal issues in the provinces.
“Take the support from the committee and sort out the legal issues,” he said.
Defence Minister, Home Minister, Finance Minister, chiefs of all the seven provinces and secretaries were present in the meeting.
Published: 21-03-2018 17:27
- Prime Minister KP Oli