Kathmandu, July 11: The government has urged the main opposition Nepali Congress to make public its view over violence and activities of Biplav-led group.
Responding to a query of a journalism during a press meet organized at Sinhadarbat today, to release cabinets decisions, communications Minister and the government spokesperson, Gokul Prasad Baskota called on Nepali Congress not to support terrorism in the pretext of protesting against the government.
Expressing his discontent over the main opposition’s demand to form a parliamentary probe committee regarding recent fire exchanges between police and the Biplav-led group, Minster Baskota clarified probe committee cannot be formed in every incidents.
Responding to another question of a journalist, he urged all not to related the incident of pesticide residue test on vegetables and fruits just as a matter of relationship between Nepal and India. Stating that all the member country of WTO has right to test quality of goods to be imported, the minister clarified that government is preparing to test pesticide residue accordingly.
Meanwhile, the cabinet has decided to provide 1 million rupees to the family of deceased Saroj Narayan Sinha of Sarlahi Incident and to bear treatment cost of the injured at protest following the death of Sinha.
Likewise, cabinet has decided to allow to approve bills seeking amendment of Commission of Abuse of Authority Act 2048 BS and Corruption Alleviation Act 2059 BS in the federal parliament. It has also decided to approve National Environment Policy 2076 BS, purchase of electrical vehicle; to publish the list of seeds and types of seed in Gazette; to form a 11-member expert team under the coordination of Archeological Division’s Director General to present report regarding conservation and reconstruction of historical Bagadarbar within 3 months.