Five-Party Alliance for the Implementation of the Constitution: Minister Khand
Interior Minister Bal Krishna Khand speaking at a program organized by Nepali Congress Rupandehi Constituency-2 in Butwal on Saturday.
LUMBINI: Home Minister Bal Krishna Khand said the five-party alliance was formed to implement the constitution, institutionalize democracy and balance foreign relations, not against one party and one leader.
He shared that the government has taken initiatives to bring the parties that did not participate in the elections into the democratic mainstream.
During a program organized by the Nepali Congress Rupandehi Constituency-2 in Butwal on Saturday, the Home Minister clarified that Nepal will not participate in any international military activity.
He further said that the construction of a tunnel will be postponed from the upcoming fiscal year to secure the Siddhababa road section along the Butwal-Palpa section as hundreds of people have lost their lives and thousands of passengers encountered difficulties due to poor road conditions. The section as well as the construction of a gutter route in Daunne along the East-West motorway would also be launched.
Home Minister Khand urged party leaders and cadres to carry out activities to make CN the biggest and strongest party in the upcoming federation and provincial assembly elections.
Meanwhile, Minister Khand has been emphasizing the effective collection of details from every citizen to establish legal rights for them. He called for moving personal data collection, data storage and distribution more efficiently.
Attending an event organized by the Department of National Identity and Civil Status in Rupandehi today, the Minister affirmed that it is the responsibility of the government to provide social security to the citizens.
He urged all parties concerned to be aware and alerted that citizens may be deprived of social security if the information gathered about them is not correct.
The government has distributed social security allowances to the elderly, Dalits, physically disabled, unmarried women, backward communities and children, among other vulnerable groups, according to the minister.