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Govt’s work to be transparent: Minister Dr Khatiwada

(Minister for Finance and Communication and Information Technology Dr. Yuvaraj Khatiwada announcing the decisions made by the Council of Ministers at a press conference organized at the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, Kathmandu,15 July, 2020. Picture: Chandrakala Chhetri-RSS)

KATHMANDU:- Minister for Communications and Information Technology Dr Yuba Raj Khatiwada on Thursday said government’s work and action would be transparent and competitive. Unveiling the integrated action plan of the annual programme implementation and policies and programmes for the fiscal year, 2020/21 amid a function here, he said, “Our work and action will be transparent and competitive. Our work will be in line with laws and rules.”
Bureaucracy and civil servants are the main pillars in implementing government’s policies and programmes and they are bound to do so in line with laws and rules, while political people are there only to provide general directions in this regard, according to the minister. He suggested that civil servants should ignore any wrong advices or directions given by any political leadership.
Stressing the need for developing the Communications Ministry, he said, “There is a need to have required human resources and infrastructural and administrative preparedness for the ministry to keep up with rapid changes in communications and information technology in the 21st century.”
He also expressed his confidence that the Ministry would properly implement government’s policies and programmes.

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