INSEC Chairperson Stressed on Making CA Members Responsible
INSEC chairperson Subodh Raj Pyakurel stressed on making CA members more responsible in their responsibilities.
He expressed his views while speaking at an interaction program with civil organised by INSEC partnership organisation, Dalit Service Society, at Raipur VDC of Saptari on August 23.
He said” the state will not come towards you, unless you do not claim that state is mine. We will keep on depriving from service, facilities and rights. That is why we need to claim state”.
He further added that CA members must be responsible who were elected only because of people’s vote and at the same time people should also be responsible. He said that people will give them a good answer in election if they failed to help poor people.
He further thanked government for allocating 3.2 billion for Madhesh development in this financial year.
The constitution have not discriminated however there are people who are being discriminated in society and it must be ended through a campaign, he said.
INSEC Eastern-regional office, Biratnagar
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