Lawmakers call government’s attention on waste management issue
Members of the House of Representatives (HoR) have called for the government to act quickly to solve the urgent problem of trash management in the Kathmandu Valley.
Amrita Thapa Magar expressed her concerns during the opening of the lower house session today, claiming that the town’s rubbish piles constitute a serious threat to public health and have made living difficult.
According to the congressman, major cities across the nation are losing their charm and character as a result of improper garbage management.
In order to make waste management easier, Kalika Khatun insisted on the segregation of wastes depending on their nature and on the involvement of three levels of government.
Anjana Bisankhe demanded more extensive deliberations on the Citizenship Bill in order to make the adjustments that are required to achieve its adoption.
According to Krishna Gopal Shrestha, the President sent the Bill back to the House for further review after determining that it contained a serious gap. He suggested that the House have meaningful talks about the matter.
According to Khem Prasad Lohani, the President has the constitutional authority to remand the Bill to the House for deliberation. He believed that the citizenship should not be granted right away after the marriage.
Ganesh Thagunna expressed his grief over the loss of five people in the Wednesday Darchula jeep accident and urged the government to guarantee fair compensation for the victims’ families and medical care for the injured.
In order to prevent the spread of dengue in Kailali, Jay Kumar Rai urged the government to require contractors to finish road and bridge construction projects on schedule. Jhapta Bahadur Rawal emphasised the importance of swift government action.
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