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Demand for finding sustainable solution to Kathmandu Valley's waste


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2022 Jul 18, 17:43, Kathmandu
Unmanaged waste in the bank of Bishnumati River. Photo: Prasan Gurung/Nepalnews

National Assembly (NA) members have demanded the management of Kathmandu Valley's waste soon.

In a session of the Upper House today, CPN (Unified Socialist)'s Gomadevi Timilsina said, "Streets in Kathmandu have turned almost unwalkable due to waste piles." The report of the outbreak of cholera is panicking. When will the Kathmandu folks be free from the constant struggle for waste management," she questioned. She advised the government that a machine manufactured in Hetauda could be used to segregate waste.

Janata Samajbadi Party Nepal's Pramila Kumari said the provision of inclusion guaranteed by the Constitution was yet to be brought into practice.

Shekhar Kumar Singh of Loktantrik Samajbadi Party urged the House not to make any delay to endorse the Citizenship Amendment Bill.

Dil Kumari Rawal of CPN (UML) accused the government of being not serious towards the people's issues and urged political leaders to rise above the personal and partisan interests.

CPN (Maoist Center)'s Suresh Alemagar drew the government's attention towards problems facing Nepali in the British Gurkha force.

CPN (Unified Socialist)'s Rajendra Laxmi Gaire wanted the government to conduct a monitoring for the control of skyrocketing market while CPN (Maoist Center)'s Nar Bahadur demanded an investigation to the rumour that 'M Adhikari' is Nepal Rastra Bank's governor Maha Prasad Adhikari. Anita Devkota demanded a proper space to women in the upcoming election.

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