Dr Bhattarai stresses on democratising parties

eAdarsha.com Reporter
February 07, 2019

Naya Shakti Pary Coordinator and former Prime Minister Dr Baburam Bhattarai insisted on democratising political parties active in the country.

At an interaction ‘Federalism Implementation, Naming of Province-3 and Capital’ held at Bhakunde of Namobuddha municipality in Kavrepalanchowk, Dr Bhattarai noted that reforms would not be possible without democratising the structure of the parties.

He also lambasted the current model of federalism arguing it has been put forward without preparing concrete bases. The Province-3 should be named in a way to keep ethno-cultural identity of Tamangs and Newars which have ethnic majority in the province, he added.

Also speaking on the occasion, Nepali Congress district secretary Dinesh Lama stressed the need to properly implement constitutionally guaranteed rights of all three tiers of governments to enable local level.

Govt. to operate electric rail service, ship: Minister Mahaseth

eAdarsha.com Reporter
February 07, 2019
Minister for Physical Infrastructure and Transport, Raghubir Mahaseth, has said the government would operate electric rail service and ship in the country. Inaugurating the bridge constructed at Kamala rivulet of Dudhauli municipality in Sindhuli on Wednesday, Minister Mahaseth said around 6,000 to 8,000 km road would be blacktopped within next four years. He shared the information that the government had forwarded activities to operate electric rail service after constructing east-west railway within coming five years. Minister Mahaseth further said that the government had been talking with donor countries for financial assistance to operate electric rail service.

Two held with leopard hides

eAdarsha.com Reporter
February 07, 2019
Police arrested two persons in possession of leopard hides from Kathmandu Metropolitan City-32, Jadibuti. Nepal Police headquarters has confirmed that Indra Kumar Tamang, 16, and Raj Kumar Tamang, 17, hailing from Kavre Bhakundebesi were held with hides of spotted leopard on Wednesday. A police squad from Koteswor-based Metropolitan Police Range arrested the Tamang duo with wild beast body part in course of security screening. Police said that further investigation into the incident was underway.