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NC urges govt to get its act together

NC urges govt to get its act together


Senior chief of Nepali Congress Ramchandra Paudel right now submitted a memorandum to Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, urging the federal government to extend its preparedness to cope with the coronavirus pandemic and to offer aid to the poor and weak individuals and companies affected by the COVID-19 disaster.

The NC memorandum blames the federal government’s apathy, insensitivity and inefficiency for its poor response to the pandemic.

Stating that the federal government had didn’t utilise the lockdown interval to ramp up testing and enhance well being infrastructure, the memo urges the federal government to cease fast diagnostic checks and scale up polymerase chain response checks throughout the nation.

The memorandum provides that the federal government’s determination to ship asymptomatic individuals from quarantine centres to their properties after 14 days was an irresponsible act.

It urges the federal government to enhance hygiene and guarantee medical services in quarantine centres and announce aid packages for all segments of society, together with companies, industries, staff, the poor and weak teams which have been badly affected by the continuing lockdown.

NC has demanded that each one quarantined individuals and people being saved in isolation wards be despatched residence solely after they take a look at unfavourable for the virus within the PCR take a look at.

The memo urges the federal government to carry again Nepalis stranded in international nations as a result of COVID-19 disaster and create employment alternatives for them at native ranges.

It additionally asks the federal government to scrap Prime Minister Self-Employment Programme and President Education Programme and make investments funds meant for the 2 in employment technology programmes at native ranges.

It asks the federal government to offer grants to farmers and to make sure straightforward availability of seeds and fertilisers throughout the nation.

A model of this text seems in e-paper on June 11, 2020, of The Himalayan Times.



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