Government makes remarkable achievements in five monthsPosted 1 month ago by Sandeep Bhattarai
The five-month long period of the KP Oli-led government has become remarkable for its notable service delivery.
With the effective interventions, signs of notable progress have been witnessed in 13 different sectors. The government has successfully ended the syndicate persisting in the public transport system, according to a book entitled ‘Five-Month of Incumbent Government’ published by the Office of the Prime Minister. The book includes various initiatives adopted by the government to end the irregularities and curb dillydally in various state mechanisms.
The government has taken stern actions in controlling corruption, unproductive foreign junkets of the officials while maintaining transparency in social security fund while ensuring an easy access to consular authentication services.
The other reforms have been witnessed in developing the criteria in appointing the ambassadors, controlling misuse of security personnel, managing road security, introducing of token system in immigration management and implementing the locking system in petroleum products’ transportation.
Similarly, the government has called for registering the new transport companies. The government has achieved success in ending the racket of gold smugglers while it has taken strong actions against the contractors failing to work as per the agreement signed before.
Likewise, 151 security personnel used as the housemaids by senior security officers and VIPs were called back in the government services. Likewise, a secretariat has been established to mark Visit Nepal 2020 and the Tribhuvan International Airport, the only one International airport in the country, has been operated 21 hours a day.
Similarly, ongoing progress in the construction works of Gautam Buddha International Airport is also has included list of the progress in the book. So far, 52 per cent of the entire works of the Gautam Buddha International Airport has been completed.
Similarly, environmental impact assessment (EIA) has been conducted for the construction of Nijgadh International Airport. The national flag carrier, Nepal Airlines Corporation, has procured two wide body aircrafts, and the domestic flights have been increased to and from Kathmandu to other parts of the country.
Furthermore, the government has developed bilateral ties with neighboring countries based on necessity and priority. The Prime Minister visited China and India, further strengthening the bilateral ties with the immediate neighoubring countries. Meanwhile, the eminent persons’ group (EPG) submitted its report to the government while the Biratanagr Camp Office of Indian Embassy was removed.
The government has forwarded the onsite study for waterway and signed an agreement with China for energy generation. Furthermore, revenue collection has also increased surpassing the target. Over Rs 700.32 billion, revenue was collected in the five months after the formation of the KP Oli-led government.
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