K.P. Sharma Oli has undertaken to tackle the lack of any kind of resources necessary to prevent and control Covid-19 pandemics.
In the fight against the virus it has led all State institutions and the private industry to be effectively mobilized.
The Prime Minister took office on Friday for the third term and urged everyone to show a more than regular sensation of humanitarian assistance.
His attention was drawn to ensure that the rules were fully complied with and that there was no irregularities in efforts to contain the virus.
“Time demands the unity among all to fight the pandemic and the tendency of overlooking government’s genuine efforts, non-cooperating to it or indulging in any irregularities is not appropriate,” he said, adding that corruption or any act of undue gains would not be tolerated.
On that occasion, the Prime Minister also invited all political parties and cadres, taking account of the sensitivity of the present situation, to respect the rule of law.
He called for help in fighting the pandemic from neighbors to the international community. While he claimed that the resources and abilities available to the government were used for the people’s causes, newly appointed ministers and high officials of government were present.
After taking the oath of office, and secrecy before President Bidya Devi Bhandari, Prime Minister Oli reached the Singha Durbar-based Prime Minister’s and Council of Ministers at the President’s Office, Shital Niwas. Special ceremony.
In accordance with Article 76(3) of the constitution, Oli was re-elected on Thursday as leader of the largest party in the House. RSS RSS