If government wants to remain relevant, it should conduct polls on time: Minister Gagan Thapa

Kathmandu, February 27

Minister for Health Gagan Kumar Thapa has said that this government will lose its relevance if it fails to conduct local level elections on schedule.

Thapa, speaking at a face-to-face that Reporters’ Club Nepal had organised on Monday, said the government was formed to conduct three-tier elections on time. He added: We will leave no stone unturned to conduct elections because the government will be irrelevant if it fails to conduct elections on time.

Thapa, who is also a leader from the ruling Nepali Congress, said they will do every bit for passage of the government-sponsored Consitution amendment proposal through the Parliament. He said: Even in the event of failure to get desired results despite such efforts, all parties should go for elections with a high spirit.

He asked parties concerned to make the amendment proposal an election agenda if it fails to sail through the House.


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