Kathmandu, April 18: Nepal Government has decided to organized Sagarmatha dialogue forum to discuss on issues of common interests and international concerns.
Making the cabinet decisions taken on 15 April 2019 public Communications and Information Technology Minister and government spokesperson Gokul Pd Baskota said that the Sagarmatha Forum will be effective to bolster Nepal’s presence in the international arena and forward Nepal’s interest in the international community.
He also said that the government has decided to urge all to help the student’s enrollment campaign launched from 15 April to 29 April successful. He also said that the cabinet has decided that to launched in the coordination of all three levels of government.
The cabinet also endorsed the Traffic Police Allowance and management directive -2075. The directive has included the 40% allowance to the police constable, 20% to Assistant Sub Inspectors and Sub-inspector and 10% allowance to inspectors and DSPs.
Minister Baskota further informed that the cabinet has decided to set up temporary cattle quarantine check posts in Nagdhunga in Rasuwagadhi of Rasuwa.
He also said the cabinet has also decided to present the bill made to amend the Seed Act -2045, Bill drafted to manage drinking water and sanitation management and bill drafted to amend Investigation and Control of Revenue leakage act 2052 in the parliament.
Likewise, Communications Minister Baskota added that the government will not tolerate any kind of corruption and misuse of public fund or properties.
He also assured that whoever might have been involved in embezzling or encroaching in public properties the government will take stern actions.
He also said that the government expects helps from all walk of life for the protection of public properties.
Answering the questions related to the peace process, Minister Baskota said that Nepal peace process in exemplary in the world and those who have been involved in heinous crimes will not get any pardon.