Kathmandu, June 14, 2015: PM Koirala responded to the letter submitted by student union saying that it was not the time for agitation and the new doors of opportunity would open after the promulgation of a new constitution in his official Residence at Baluwatar today, which reads that the students’ unions would go in protest if their demands were not addresses.
The students unions had submitted the memo drawing the PM’s attention towards the act of private schools of charging tuition, tiffin and transportation fees to the students even for the time when the schools were closed after the earthquake. Also the students union representatives also urged PM Koirala to arrange free education for students who lost their parents and guardians in the quake.
Prime Minister Sushil Koirala has said that he would fully support any nation building projects. Peace, prosperity and political stability that will follow the promulgation of the new constitution would also open the door for development of the country, PM added.
On the occasion,