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National Concern and Coordination Committee presents its annual report in NA

(File: Members of the National Assembly participating in Wednesday’s meeting. Kathmandu, 7 July 2021. Photo: Ratna Shrestha-RSS)

KATHMANDU:- The National Assembly, National Concern and Coordination Committee has presented its annual report of fiscal year 2020/21 in the National Assembly.
Committee President Dil Kumari Rawal presented the annual report in today’s meeting of the National Assembly. The Committee directed to hold discussion with stakeholders in order to fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
It had also held discussion with experts of the bodies concerned regarding impact of COVID-19 and upcoming strategy in the last fiscal year.
On the occasion, Rawal shared that they could not complete many pre-scheduled programmes due to the coronavirus pandemic. The Committee held meeting for 25th times and 27 meetings of sub-committees of the Committee were organised in one year.
Though there was an agenda to pass the Nepal Aviation Service Authority Bill regarding Division of Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) -2076 and Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal Bill-2076, it was removed.
Earlier, speaking in the special time and zero hour of the meeting, the Upper House lawmakers drew the government’s attention on several burning issues, including the need to stop rape and violence on women which have increased of late, providing relief and compensation to the flood and landslide victims and forwarding key bills as the Federal Civil Service Bill and Citizenship Bill, among others.
The next meeting of the Upper House of the Federal Parliament has been scheduled for 1.0pm on August 2.

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