State 3 CM DormaniPoudyal said it was the need to choose Hetauda as the permanent capital of the state bearing in mind physical infrastructure available here, regional balance and the issue of security sensitiveness.
In his address to queries by State Assembly members through the discussion on the proposal tabled by him seeking Hetauda to be assigned as the permanent capital in the first SA meeting today, the Chief Minister expressed his hope the state government would fulfill its responsibilities, meeting the people’s aspirations for development.
Saying that no attempt was made to hook the independence of the State Assembly, he vowed to ensure the people’s security here, further strengthen the federal republic and implement projects of national pride in coordination with the central government.
The sate 3 SA is the composition of 110 members: 80 from the major ruling party, 22 from the Nepali Congress, three from the SajhaBibeksheel, two from Nepal Workers and Peasants’ Party, one from the Rastriya Prajatantra Party Unified, one from Rastriya Prajatantra Party and one independent.
It may be noted that the meeting had affirmed the CM’s proposal by over a two-thirds majority as it was backed by 105 members, out of 108, present in the meeting.