Kathmandu, May 7:
Newly-appointed Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Home Affairs Bijay Kumar Gachchhadar and Minister for Information and Communications Raj Kishore Yadav assumed their offices on Monday and directed the officials of their ministries to work efficiently.
Minister Yadav directed the officers of the ministry to accept the changing situation of the country and support the government’s nation building process.
"The employees should be committed to change the traditional working style and should adopt new vigour for prompt service delivery," Yadav said.
He said that it was the responsibility of government employees to work sincerely to resolve the problems of the people. He said that he has some innovative plans to bring about changes in the ministry success of which depends on the support of the staff officials.
Yadav said that the country was moving through a transitional period and all sectors should support the government to end the transitional period. He said, "When we conclude the transition, bright days to build the nation will emerge where the new generation has an important role to play."
He added that the political transitional stands as a challenges and it can be concluded with collaboration and consensus among all political forces. Secretary at the Ministry of Information and Communications Abanindra Kumar Shrestha extended a warm welcome to minister Yadav and wished him a successful tenure. He expressed his confidence to work together for overall development of the information and communication sector of the country.
Meanwhile, DPM Gachchhadar said that the five-point agreement would help to end the political crisis facing the country. He said that the five-point agreement will help to resolve the disputed issues of constitution and conclude the ongoing peace process.
Gachchhadar directed Home Ministry officials to remain on alert to maintain sound security situation in view of the May 27 constitutional deadline. On the occasion, high-level officials at the Home Ministry and chiefs of the security bodies were present.