Minister Yadav vows to end all kinds of syndicate
May 9, 2018-
Minister for Industry, Commerce and Supplies Matrika Prasad Yadav has made it clear that all kinds of syndicate in the agencies under his ministry will be abolished.
Speaking at an interaction orgainsed at the Reporters’ Club in the Capital on Wednesday, he said the incumbent government has become successful to end the syndicate.
“The campaign started from the Home Ministry has become successful now; transport entrepreneurs have expressed their readiness to operate vehicles. The transport entrepreneurs have helped our campaign. We want to thank all the sides because the life-taking syndicate has ended,” he said.
Minister Yadav said, “Our policy is to end syndicate in all the sectors, we are in the same campaign.”
He said they have started this campaign as Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli had said he would make the country prosperous and Nepali people happy and CPN (Maoist Centre) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal had said the corrupt people should be sent to jail.
“We will not tolerate corruption, it is easy to chant slogan but it is hard to implement it,” he added.
Saying that there will be no syndicate in Nepal from now onwards, Minister Yadav warned that those supporting syndicate would be sent to jail.
Responding to a query that there is syndicate in petroleum products as well, Minister Yadav said, “The government has been operating the work of petroleum products through the Nepal Oil Corporation, we cannot tell it syndicate, but we want competition on the same.”
Indicating former Finance Minister Ram Sharan Mahat, Minister Yadav said, “The government had awarded a person with the Best Finance Minister Award whose finance policy destroyed the economy of the country. The man who was awarded with the best finance minister award is now enjoying pathetic economic condition of the country.”
On a different note, he assured that all the closed industries and factories would be reopened, making it clear that the government would not sell any industries and factories.
He said that the government would cooperate with the private sectors to reopen the closed factories and industries.
Published: 09-05-2018 18:15