Kathmandu, Dec 28:Â The Women, Children, Senior Citizens and Social Welfare Committee under the Legislature-Parliament, has collected suggestions from the related journalists today.
In the meeting of the committee, journalists suggested the committee to address the irregularities seen in the sectors, to immediately introduce the education amendment act, monitor the programmes run by the government and providing the necessary information to the public.
The committee chair Ranju Jha said that the suggestions received from the journalists would be fruitful to run the committee activities effectively.
Similarly lawmaker Rajendra Pandey said that the community hospitals are providing effective health services to the locals but it was a challenge to make the doctors continue working in the village areas.
He said that the doctors, who studied under government scholarship, are not found providing services in the remote areas.
Another lawmaker Agni Sapkota said the suggestions given by the journalists were useful to tackle the problems seen in the sectors.
He said any political pressure seen in the education sectors was not good.
Similarly, Sports Sub-committee Sub-coordinator Mohan Rai said that the investment in sports sector was fruitless and it should be made goal oriented.
Education Sub-committee coordinator Dr Ganesh Gurung urged the journalists to raise the issues of the inability to follow one-door-policy in scholarship.Sports Minister Purushottam Poudel also participated in the meeting.