Kathmandu: The six-party coalition government has unveiled the Common Minimum Programme (CMP).
The 21 points CMP among others, included bringing back Dispued Kalapani- Lipulekh area in Nepal’s possession in a time bound manner.
The CMP, jointly drafted by the parties in the coalition constituents, has been adopted by the government as its guideline for governing. It was released at the prime minister’s office.
The government not only defines its common programmes but also claims that it will be implemented in a time bound manner. It has pledged to end the border dispute with India diplomatically and bring areas including Lipulek under Nepal’s possession.
The CMP, highlighting the service delivery and public concern at large, brings together the policy priorities as well as minimum programs of the ruling parties.