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Lawmakers draw Govt attention on investment summit
By Ranju Kafle, Kathmandu, Mar. 22: Lawmakers of the National Assembly on Friday drew the attention of the government to take legal actions against all illegal activities that could hamper the upcoming investment summit.
Lawmaker Ramnarayan Bidari at NA meeting said, “Government should seriously take an action on all illegal activities which is against national interest.”
Raising questions on some contemporary issues, Bidari told interlinking between Nepal army and Biplav is an anti nationalist act. According to him returning admission fees of Gandaki Collage students without any compensation was cheating for them.
“The collage should take under legal action and students should be compensating to establish rule of law in the nation.”-he added.
Focusing on problems at public transportation lawmaker Udaya Sharma Paudel told the government to manage public transportation for the easiness of public. She said, “Public buses need to provide pick and drop service from RNAC and other major points.”
Another lawmaker Bimala Rai Paudel stressed on the betterment of agro business and impact of grants for the farmers. She said “Real farmers are deprived from the grants because of the nuisance they have to face on its process; we have to facilitate them for their easy excess.”
Lawmaker Anita Devkota was dissatisfied with the role of parliamentary hearing committee to appoint Samim Ansari at The Muslim Commission. According to her Ansari’s appointment at the commission defamed the reputation of the hearing committee. Devkota even demanded to announce Dang district as an economic hub.
Meanwhile, the NA meeting endorsed Foreign Investment and Technology Transfer Act (FITTA) for further procedure. Denying Radheshyam Adhikari’s proposal to amend on the act Upper House endorsed FITTA unanimously.
Minister for Industry, Commerce and Supplies Matrika Yadav tabled for that. FITTA was forwarded from lower House with the message to pass that.
Likely president of Bill Management Committee Parshuram Meghi Gurung presented Bill of Advertisement (Regulatory)-2019 and Bill of Land Use-2019 at the assembly.