Kathmandu, May 28
Minister for Home Affairs Ram Bahadur Thapa has warned the criminals to start counting their days as the government is committed to uprooting criminal activities.
Speaking at an event organised in Chandragiri of Kathmandu today, Minister Thapa said that anarchy, impunity, corruption, smuggling, and ruffianism were poisons for the society and the countdown of people involved in such criminal activities had begun.
Stating that the country would not head towards development unless the irregularities prevailing in various sectors were ended, the Home Minister further said he was committed to taking strict action against the criminals.
“It is a high time we made economic and cultural revolution in the country. The government is committed to ending syndicates prevailing in every sector,” Thapa repeated.
“The contractors dillydallying the projects and failing to complete the work on scheduled time will be punished,” he added.
Published on May 28th, Monday, 2018 3:00 PM
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