Kathmandu, May 1
Nepal’s Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli says he is planning to increase minimum wage standards of workers of different sectors.
The Prime Minister assured the pay hike in the message he issued on the occasion of International Labour Day today.
In his message, Oli also claimed that his government was fully committed to implement the new Labour Act that the government adopted last year.
“The new government is committed to creating favourable environment for work and providing enough job opportunities to increase one’s living,” said Oli in his message.
Appreciating the contribution of labour to the revolutionary change in Nepali politics, he wished Nepalis across the globe for their happiness, peace and prosperity.
Meanwhile, on the occasion, Minister for Labour, Employment and Social Security Gokarna Bista stated that the government was committed to providing a respectable life to labourers.
Published on May 1st, Tuesday, 2018 11:47 AM
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