Member of Parliament demands clarification on minister’s misconduct on journalists
Dhangadhi, July 3. Members of the Far West Provinces have drawn the attention of the State Government on the issue of time. Speaking at today's Rajya Sabha meeting, the members of the state assembly have urged the state government to be serious about various issues. Holding his views at zero time, the main opposition party member of the Nepali Congress, Bharat Bahadur Khadka, demanded that the journalist Dil Bahadur Chhatal be made clear about the misconduct by the minister. Minister for Internal Affairs and Law Prakash Shah said the government should respond to the rude behavior of journalist Dil Bahadur Chhatal. Khadka, a member of the Rajya Sabha, said that the air-conditioned victims of the state have not yet received relief. Speaking at zero time, MP of the ruling Communist Party of Nepal CPN-Maoist, Maheshdutt Joshi, said that banking facilities should be provided in all the regions of the Far West. He said that there are still problems in doing business with banks and financial institutions at many local levels. He believes the state government should make it a top priority. Joshi said that the state government should be more responsible for the interest of banks and the effectiveness of debt investment than the federal government. Rastri Janata Party Rajpaki MP Malamati Kumari Rana said that the state government should be serious in the management of animal chopaya. She demanded management of the crop, saying that it was harmed by the farmer's crop due to loose cattle. In today's Rajya Sabha, some state law amendment bills were also discussed. Minister for Internal Affairs and Law Prakash Shah had proposed a proposal to discuss the bill. for the all of maturate problem of whole provience no 7 a leader create many more works.