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The government spent 2 million to make pin badges for lawmakers,most disgrace them

The social media users have also mocked the new badge for its multiple flaws and design. They claimed both the map and the national flag as shown in the new badge lacked elegance, beauty, and creativity.
The new badge(right) for the law makers Photo Courtesy: Parliament Secretariat

By N24 STAFF WRITER, KATHMANDU:-  The Federal Parliament Secretariat on Sunday made public a new badge for the parliament members.

As per the parliament’s new logo to include the new political map of the country that includes the Kalapani- Limpiyadhura region encroached by India.

One of the members of Parliament, Bijay Subba said, “ I don’t want to wear such a disgusting pin badge. I will instead carry a certificate and an ID card. How could anyone wear such an impure, ugly, inconsistent, and ridiculous logo? Does the map of Nepal even look like that? How was it even approved?”

However, most of the members of the parliament didn’t like the new pin badge. Stakeholders including Minister for Law, Justice and Parliament Affairs Shiva Maya Tumbahamphe, and few lawmakers and politicians have also expressed dissatisfaction with the badge.

The new pin badge cost Rs 5,527 per piece, a total of 350 pieces of the pin badges were made at Rs 2 Million(20 lakhs), according to the secretariat.

The social media users have also mocked the new badge for its multiple flaws and design. They claimed both the map and the national flag as shown in the new badge lacked elegance, beauty, and creativity.

According to Secretariat officials, the logo was designed by veteran artist Tek Bir Mukhiya. Meanwhile, many have commented that the newly launched badge is also different from the design of the artist.

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