Government to table resolution to construct quake-demolished houses
The government is tabling a resolution proposal on building all the public houses that were ravaged by the devastating earthquake on Saturday.
A meeting of the major three parties – Nepali Congress (NC), CPN-UML and UCPN-Maoist – held at the Prime Minister's official residence at Baluwater yesterday has decided to prepare a resolution motion for the relief of the people of the quake-affected areas.
The three parties will discuss with other parties in the parliemant before tabling the resolution proposal to make it a consensus proposal.
The top leaders of the three political parties discussed on reconstructing all the demaged houses, arranging food grain – to the affected people for a year – and temporary shelters until the demolished houses were rebuilt in one to one-and-a-half years.
They also discussed on bringing the resolution proposal with people's basic needs and other facilities like education, health care and drinking water free of cost in the areas which suffered heavy loss of lives and property due to the quake.
They also assessed the rescue and relief works carried out by the government after the devastating earthquake on April 25 that took thousands of lives and damaged billions worth property.
Meanwhile, the meeting of the Legislature-Parliament today passed a condolence proposal over the demise of lawmaker Chakra Thakuri, and the people due to devastating earthquake on April 25.