The government strives to implement the constitution: PM Deuba
Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba. (File photo)
KATMANDU: Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba said the government is striving to implement the constitution so that people achieve their aspirations.
In a message on the occasion of the seventh day of the Constitution today, the Prime Minister said that everyone should make a commitment to ensure the prosperity of the country as well as the successful implementation of the constitution.
Paying homage to all the known and unknown martyrs who sacrificed their invaluable lives for the cause of the gradual changes of the country, the Prime Minister respectfully recalled the people who suffered physical, economic and psychological losses for the transformation of the nation.
Likewise, Prime Minister Deuba expressed his deep condolences to all the brothers and sisters who have lost their lives in natural disasters and COVID-19.
In his message, Prime Minister Deuba said the promulgation of the new constitution was a great achievement in Nepal’s long democratic movement.
This constitution internalized the universal notions of democracy and human rights and this guaranteed the rights of all, he added.
Likewise, he reaffirmed his commitment to fully immunize all Nepalese citizens by the end of 2078 BS to protect their lives from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Prime Minister Deuba further stated that strengthening the Federal Democratic Republic and protecting the constitution and leading the country on the path of economic development is a need today.