LAWMAKERS DRAW GOVERNMENT’S ATTENTION ON NUMBER OF ISSUES

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Published at 2016-05-27

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Lawmakers speaking during the Zero Hour of the today's meeting of the Legislature-Parliament drew the government's attention on national as well as local problems.

They mentioned problems as increasing cases of violence against women in recent days and alleged that the government has not taken action against the perpetrators of such offences as rape and women harassment.

The lawmakers showed their concern over the increasing commercialization of education sector and the involvement of unscrupulous people in it, even blaming the government employees for inviting aberrations in the sector.

They also lashed out at the government over the earthquake victims not getting the relief and the government bodies' disinterest towards that end. They also alleged of partiality in the distribution of the relief to the earthquake victims.

Before the start of the Zero Hour, lawmaker Jangi Lal Raya announced that the lawmakers belonging to the Federal Alliance and other Madhes-centric parties that are in agitation, were boycotting the Parliament meeting today as the government neglected the demands raised by the Madhes-centric, indigenous peoples, nationalities and minorities.

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