BIRATNAGAR: Minister for Education Dinanath Sharma has expressed the confidence that the government would take the peace process and Constitution writing to its logical conclusion as the government was serious towards the twin tasks.
Talking to media persons at Biratnagar Airport today, Minister Sharma informed that internal consensus had been forged among political parties.
He accepted that works of peace process were delayed due to technical reason, and claimed that the new constitution would be promulgated within the slated timeframe.
The Education Minister said that th
e government was serious towards the demands of the teachers, and added they will address their demands within March 15 by amending the Education Act after holding discussions with the political parties.
He called on all to move ahead through dialogue and consensus without calling strikes in the education sector. RSS
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