Kathmandu: Nepal Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli said that the Constitution promulgated in September last year was the outcome of a long struggle.
Speaking at a special programme organised at the Army Pavilion in Tundikhel on the occasion of ninth Republic Day, Prime Minister Oli said that the Constitution has ensured the rights of indigenous nationalities, ethnic communities, women, Dalits, marginalised groups, Muslims, Tharus and backward communities residing in the country,reports The Himalayan Times.
Stating that most of the political issues had been resolved after the promulgation of Constitution, Prime Minister Oli said that the government’s topmost priority was development.
Moreover, he said that the country was heading towards the path of development and prosperity after the promulgation of Constitution.
The Prime Minister said that the government had been doing its best to establish peace and prosperity in the country after last year’s twin earthquakes.
Saying that national unity was essential to take the country towards the path of development and prosperity, the Prime Minister said that all the existing political problems could be resolved through talks and dialogues.
He further said that the government was committed to maintaining peace, equality, sovereignty and national unity.
Prime Minister Oli also extended his heartfelt condolences to all known and unknown martyrs, who sacrificed their lives for the sake of the country and the people.(ANI)