Lawmakers have demanded the formulation of laws for the implementation of fundamental rights including the right to employment, food security, and housing.
During deliberations on the budget headings of the Ministry of Youth and Sports, Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, Ministry of Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs, and Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock Development under the Appropriation Bill-2080 at the House of Representatives today, they mentioned that it was the matter of concern that laws required to realize the fundamental rights guaranteed by the constitution have not been formulated even eight years after the promulgation of the Constitution.
Lawmaker Arjun Narsingh KC said the government should pay attention as two types of human resources have been produced due to a lack of amendment to the Education Act-2028.
Stating that guardians are complaining that Budhanilkantha School has become a place of corruption, he drew the attention of the Education Minister in this regard.
Lawmakers—Dhruba Bahadur Pradhan, Prakash Adhikari, Sher Bahadur Kunwar, Abdul Khan, Arun Kumar Chaudhary, and Yogendra Mandal, among others, expressed their views on the headings of the Ministry of Youth and Sports, Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, Ministry of Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs and Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock Development.
They stressed that the Sports Council should not be developed as a political center.