Demand to make Non-Resident citizenship timely

Posted 4 weeks ago by Sandeep Bhattarai

Demand to make Non-Resident citizenship timely

NRN leaders and lawmakers gathered in the UK have urged that the Nepal government to make the laws of Non-Resident citizenship liberally and timely for overseas Nepali.

Speaking in the discussion held at Aldarsast, Patron of the Non-Resident Nepali Association and the coordinator of the citizenship, Ram Pratap Thapa, said that various countries called foreign citizens to develop the country’s , even though the overseas Nepal was self-organized for the service of homeland. He said that Nepal would not have any losses if the citizenship of the Nepalese scattered around the world.

Opening the program organized by the ’24 News Press Dot Com’ on its first anniversary, Durga Bahadur Subedi, the Ambassador of Nepal for the British, said that the Gorkha problem would not be resolved by the impact of the movement between the two countries, such as movement, surroundings and conflict.

Participating in the ‘NRN Debate’, the Non-Resident Nepali Association Central Vice-President, Kul Acharya, discussed the role of migrant citizens in the development of the country like India and China. He recently arranged for the citizenship bill under the constitution to provide Non-Resident Nepali citizenship according to constitutional system, but emphasized that such arrangements should not be too complex.

In the discussion, advocate Govinda Belbase told that the citizenship Act, 2061, Step 10 filed a case for dismissal saying that overseas Nepali are discriminated. International human rights activist Narayan Kandel said that 42 countries of the world have given dual citizenship. Advocate Surendra Shrestha claimed that only the overseas Nepalese social, economic and cultural rights would be discrimination.

In the programme Vice President of the Non-resident Nepali Association UK Sher Bahadur Sunar, Non-Resident Nepali Association, ICC Sub-Treasurer Som Sopkota,  NRN UK Vice-Chairman Yogen Chhetri, Chairman of NRNA Portugal Kuver Karki  and other suggested that the infrastructure should be made and change the investment policy.

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