KATHMANDU:- The main opposition Nepali Congress has submitted memorandum to the Prime Minister from various 20 places across the country, reminding government of its inaction, responsibilities and corruption in the fight against COVID-19. The PM was made aware of the Nepal’s discontent and suggestions in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic.
According to NC office chief secretary, the memorandum was handed to government chief on behalf of NC parliamentary party at federal parliament by maintaining social distance. Chief Ministers were handed the letter drawing PM’s attention from province and Chief District Officer in each district. Similarly, the Nepali liaison committee of the party abroad handed the memorandum via Nepali embassies.
The memorandum incorporated various demands as expansion of PCR test with immediate halt of RDT method, adequate availability of health materials, arrest of those involved in rape occurred in quarantine, free rescue of those stranded abroad, free health service to the indigent people, guarantee of quarantine standard, and special relief package to workers, unemployed ones, students, single women and disclosure of
Rs 10 billion expenses made to fight the COVID-19.
The government has been further demanded to initiate national discussion to resume the schools, launch special work plan for educational security, bring relief plan to restore journalism and right to working journalists, manage seeds and fertilizers to the farmers.
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