Dang / Speaker Krishna Bahadur Mahara has said the National Medical Education Bill endorsed by the House in a due process should not be made the agenda of protest. Talking to media persons briefly at Tarigaun Airport in Dang today, the Speaker was of the view that none was expected to make the document passed by the parliament as an issue of agitation.The document was passed a parliamentary committee at the consent of the opposition following the intense discussions, he said that it would be enough if the opposition put its dissent over the bill. Contrary to the expectations, the opposition chose to obstruct the House, instead.
He accused the main opposition Nepali Congress of trying to politicize the issue.On a different note, he shared that works to set up a temporary depot at Tarigaun Airport were delayed due to bureaucracy. The supplies minister and secretary have already approved the proposal to set up the depot; it was delayed due to lack of its implementation by employees. The process towards that end would begin soon, he added.