Maoist Centre discusses budget, PM Prachanda's upcoming India visit


Kathmandu, May 30: The parliamentary party meeting of the CPN (Maoist Centre) today discussed the annual budget presented by the government for the coming fiscal year, 2080/81 and the imminent India visit of Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda'.     

During the meeting held at the CPN (Maoist Centre) Parliamentary Party office at Singha Durbar, lawmakers enquired about the upcoming India visit of PM Prachanda, the budget presented by the government and the campaign against corruption initiated by the government.     

On the occasion, Prime Minister and Parliamentary Party leader Prachanda said the budget for the coming fiscal year was balanced and addressed current national necessities, said lawmaker Madhav Sapkota quoting PM Prachanda.     

The PM expressed commitment to carry out activities with a clear stance to control corruption, promote good governance and investigate irregularities.     

"PM Prachanda said the government will make the upcoming India visit as successful as possible and will not make any compromise creating wrong message among the Nepali people", said Sapkota quoting PM Prachanda.     

After the parliamentary party meeting, orientation related to the budget is underway at the office. Vice-Chairperson of the National Planning Commission and member Dr Ram Kumar Phunyal has been facilitating the orientation. (RSS)

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