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Responsibility to institutionalize political changes: PM


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2023 Apr 25, 10:55, Kathmandu
The Prime Minister of Nepal, Mr. Pushpa Kamal Dahal being received by the Union Minister for External Affairs, Smt. Sushma Swaraj, on his arrival, in New Delhi on September 15, 2016.

Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal has said that it was everybody's responsibility to institutionalize the political changes established in the country.

At a program on the 15th anniversary of Nepal Republic Media on Monday, the PM said that the media and the political sector played equal roles in the establishment of the republic system in the country.

The PM said that cooperation between the media and the political sector is needed to further strengthen republicanism adding that vigilance was required against the forces that are attempting to subvert the achievements of the changes.

Saying that democracy, as a form of governance, is transparent and accountable to the people, the PM asked the media for its constructive role to make democracy further robust, functional, and pro-people.

Terming the media as the eyes and ears of the citizens and the government, PM Dahal urged the media fraternity to point out the weaknesses of the government.

On the occasion, the PM said that the government was committed to complete press freedom and would not bring any laws that trample the press freedom.

He shared that the government was committed to making media-friendly laws to some media-related bills that are in the parliament.

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