In an address to the nation from the banks of the largest and mesmerizing Rara lake this morning, the PM said the government remains competent in resolving the country’s problems. PM Oli also took the occasion to wish good health and prosperity to the Nepali brothers and sisters on the occasion of New Year 2075.
” Following the success of the elections, our country Nepal has been able to establish a new standard in the democratic exercise,” PM Oli said and added further “The history has provided us with an unprecedented opportunity for economic development and prosperity; we had problems before us and a duty to resolve them. The people have given us a mandate to address those problems.”
Stating that the year 2074 stood out as an important year for political achievement, the PM noted that the country received pro-people, democratic, patriotic, progressive and pro-development government with the end of political transition last year.
He went on to add that a new phase of stability has emerged in course of the successful implementation of the constitution following the conclusion of the three tiers of elections. The PM also said he has been hearing questions – “Will Nepal be now made better? Will this government fulfill our dreams?”
“Nepal will be built and it should be built. Yes, there is a term and period for everything. There is a limit for a man’s knowledge and capability. But there are no limits for honesty and no set term for faith. There is no need for alternate training for anyone to work with sincerity and dedication,” PM Oli insisted.
PM also pointed out that feudalism responsible for Nepal’s backwardness has become a history, views aimed at making others dependent subjects have weakened and that divisive forces have been sidelined.
The PM stressed further that a country does not become big or small compared to other countries on basis of shape, demography and economy rather it is based on the subject of sovereignty. He also underlined the determination to develop close relations with the neighbouring countries, friendly nations and the international community by keeping the national interest at the centre stage.
PM Oli cautioned that the incumbent government would come forward in a ruthless and non-compromising manner against corruption and that necessary laws and structural reformation will be made for it.