Citizens should have easy access to information : PM Prachanda

Posted on: August 19, 2016 | views: 217

Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal has said the citizens should have easy access to information.

In a message given on the occasion of start of a decade of implementation of the Right to Information legislation in the country, PM Dahal stressed on providing easy access to the citizens to information of public importance in line with the Right to Information Act.

The Prime Minister stated in the message that the celebration of the National Information Day would hold meaning only when the government, along with all the public bodies, express commitment and carry out works towards respecting the citizens' right to information.

PRIME MINISTER TO MONITOR GOVERNMENT'S WORKS FROM SINGHA DURBAR
    
Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal has said that he would inspect and monitor the functioning of the government by staying inside the administrative building Singha Durbar instead of attending formal programmes frequently.

The PM said his move aims to get effective results from the works of the government.  
The PM shared his view with a team from Sindhuli, who reached the PM residence in Baluwatar today to congratulate and extend best wishes to him.

During the meeting, PM Dahal told the delegation that the government is creating an environment of elections through an amendment to the constitution, said that the PM Secretariat.

Prime Minister Dahal expressed belief that holding of the local body elections would help the country pursue political stability.
Saying that high level envoys were sent to neighbours China and India to maintain balanced diplomatic ties with them, he said it is his responsibility to consolidate internal and external nationality of the country.
During the meeting with the PM, the delegation including CPN (Maoist Centre) leader Haribol Gajurel drew the attention of the PM, demanding that relief amounts the government has announced to the victims of the earthquake on April 25, 2015 from Sindhuli be increased.