Federal government did not cooperate in law making – Online Khabar

Federal government did not cooperate in law making - Online Khabar

July 10, Kathmandu. The state assembly secretaries have complained that the federal government has not cooperated even though the state parliament has the power to make necessary laws.

He said that the state parliament has the power to make necessary laws and regulations but it has not been able to give that right to the states yet.

The parliamentary secretaries said that the federal government should be asked to make the necessary laws for the states, adding that the full authority of federalism has not been given to the state government yet.

Stating that the states can make laws only if the federal government wants and gives permission, he said that the federal government should help the state governments in making laws. Karnali State Assembly Secretary Jivraj Budhathoki said that it was difficult to make necessary laws for the state as the state has not been given the right to make necessary laws and acts yet.

In a conversation with News Agency Nepal, he complained that the states would be able to make laws and make proposals only after the states coordinate with the Central Ministry of Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs.

He accused the federal government of being stingy in giving drafts of policies and rules to the state government. He said that the federal government has been stingy in giving resolutions, attention and question and answer issues of the Parliament Rules based on the geography of a place.

He said, ‘There are only two or three things we need. The constitution has made provisions related to the state assembly. If we look at the rules of procedure of the House of Representatives of the Center and the rules of Karnali Pradesh, a resolution, attention, question and answer issues have been given little by little. Not enough in the states like in the center. Here it is like giving according to the level at which the work is done. ‘

Similarly, Bagmati State Assembly Secretary Krishna Hari Khadka said that there was a problem in the performance of work due to lack of staff in the state. He said that even though there were 32 posts, there were only 12 executives and there were problems in all the work.

State Assembly Secretary Khadka said that the interest of the employees in the state assembly was low as service facilities were not provided to the employees in the state. He said, “There are 36 posts here. The number of honorable Jews is the highest at 110. The lowest number of employees is less than 36 but even in Karnali it is more than 36. That is why there is a challenge at work. We have only 12 executive staff in 32 posts. All the work has been done by the same staff since the conduct of the meeting. We have employees in the parliamentary party. That has made it easier for us. ‘

State Assembly Secretary Khadka said that there was no attraction for the employees in the state parliament and added that the service facilities should be increased by keeping incentive allowance. He said that the biggest challenge in the Bagmati Pradesh Sabha was infrastructure and that the construction of parliament building and committee halls had been emphasized recently.

He expressed his commitment to have a livable parliament and good infrastructure in the next six months. State Assembly Secretary Khadka also said that special emphasis has been laid on observing the study by allocating sufficient budget for the committee.

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