Rs 2.5 million provided to PM Relief Fund
Kathmandu, July 24: Two organisations today handed over Rs 2.5 million to Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli in order to deposit it in the Prime Minister Natural Disaster Relief Fund.
Kedia Organisation Trust provided a cheque worth Rs 1.5 million and Authorized Trade Union of Civil Servants a cheque worth Rs 1 million to the Fund.
Treasurer of Kedia Organisation Trust, Madan Lal Kedia, and Union Chair Punya Prasad Dhakal handed over the cheques to PM Oli at the official residence of the Prime Minister at Baluwatar.
On the occasion, PM Oli said that support of employees was necessary to make administration healthy and transparent and expressed the belief that people would get positive message towards the government if employees become service-oriented.
He said, "The government cannot achieve its determined goals until the bureaucracy becomes effective, healthy and service-oriented. An environment of trust should be created among the employees and the government as the employees implement the decisions taken by the government through cabinet."
Saying some of the people launch agitation before putting forth demands, Prime Minister Oli said, "We have already established democracy system. Now, it is not necessary to launch agitation to get their demand addressed."
He clarified that the government has launched monitoring system of good-carrier vehicles to end leakage and irregularities.
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