Kathmandu, (RSS) — Minister for Supplies Jayanta Chand has said that he hasleft no stone unturned for making the supply system smooth and efficient.
Minister Chand said this while talking to a team from the Reporters Club Nepal that had reached his residence to play deusi-bhailo cultural programme on the occasion of Tihar festival today.
He also vowed to put an end to the black marketeering and warned stern action against anyone involved in creating artificial shortage in the market.
The Supplies Minister gave assurances that the upcoming House of Representatives and State Assemblies elections would be held in a free, fair and credible environment.
Administration should be under EC during election
Meanwhile, speaking to the Reporters Club Nepal deusi-bhailo team at his residence today, former Prime Minister and RPP leader, Lokendra Bahadur Chand, said that the entire administration should be under the Election Commission for holding the upcoming elections to the House of Representatives and State Assemblies in a free, impartial and fear-free manner.
He gave examples of past elections which in his view were not fair because they were conducted without keeping the country’s Home Administration and the civil service under the Election Commission.
The former PM also expressed his unhappiness over the works of the Election Commission, saying, “There should be a strong person in the Commission also. There should not be any vacillation in the EC’s views.”