Kathmandu: In a country known for transparent corruption, with almost all the former and present prime ministers since the 2006 political change facing allegations, Deputy Prime Minister in charge of Home Affairs Rabi Lamichhane has solicited support of the government to ruthlessly investigate any corruption cases in the country.
Making his debut speech as a minister and HoR member in parliament Monday, Deputy PM Rabi Lamchhane hoped that he would get full cooperation from the government to go deep against corruption and open any file on the issue.
“Corruption cases that have taken place at any point of time will be investigated along with criminal activities,”, he said, adding “let no one dare influencing it.”
He also said that the rise of the Rastriya Swatantra Party was an indicator of change, and wanted the parliament to acknowledge it.
He said, “We will continue warning the old parties as we move ahead.” And also stated that the current government reflected the mandate of the people.