KATHMANDU: Balram Prasad Banskota, a member of the ruling Nepal Communist Party, has demanded the government to control the unwanted activities of former king Gyanendra Shah and ex-prince Pars Shah. Speaking at the National Assembly meeting on Sunday, MP Banskota, who admitted to becoming a citizen from the king, urged the government to pay attention to the unwarranted activities of Gyanendra Shah and his son Paras. ‘Has the government received the attention of the government against the dance of Paras at the airport spot ?’ He asked, ‘Let the House know.’ He also demanded to keep the family of the former king in the realm of constitution and law. ‘If the flow of the river does not return, Rana rule does not return to Nepal, nor does the monarchy return. It is a regressive and backward regime. She can never come back. The government should move ahead in this matter, ”he said. MP Banskota also demanded control of the mob in the name of Ravi Lamichhane. He objected to the anti-constitution activities daily. He also objected to the visit of Indian Foreign Minister S Jaishankar who had come to attend the meeting of the Nepal India Joint Commission. Demand by Parliament to stop unwanted.
He even demanded the government’s official opinion in the Kashmir case. He also demanded of the government for the unwanted activities taking place within the country. Chief Opposition Nepali Congress MP Ramesh Jung Rayamajhi commented that the parties had given the opportunity to play for the former king. He concluded that this situation was created by the conflict of the parties. He said that the party in the House should have only one goal to bring the country to prosperity. He said change will only be institutionalized. He said the dialogue between Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli and Madhav Nepal was sad. “It shows our wrong culture and the parties themselves are on the wrong path when it comes to change,” he said. Demand by Parliament to stop unwanted.
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