After almost two months of holding the post, Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba issued a strong stricture to high level government officials to work in improving the conditions of the roads in Kathmandu valley.
According to a press release issued by PM’s Press coordinator Govinda Pariyar, Prime Minister Deuba instructed high-level government officials to fill all the pits and holes on the roads as well as change all the broken slabs to cover drains within next 15 days.
In a special meeting of department heads and concerned officials of Department of Road, Drinking water projects and road expansion projects at his office, Prime Minister Deuba gave the instructions.
"The government is for the people and we should solve their problems at any cost," PM instructed the high-level officials. "The roads in Kathmandu are in pathetic conditions. Children are falling into drains and pits. What have you been doing? I'll provide you the budget but the roads should be safe," PM added.