Kathmandu: The MPs of the ruling party are dissatisfied with the passing of the budget for the next financial year 2080/81 brought by the Far West Province government.
The meeting of parliamentary leaders of three parties held on Monday decided not to support the passage of the government's budget. CPN Maoist Center, Civil Liberation Party and CPN United Socialist Party in the ruling party have decided not to support the passage of the budget.
It is mentioned in the decision that when bringing the budget for the next financial year, they will not assist in passing the budget without discussing it with their party leaders and saying that their suggestions have not been addressed. The decision signed by CPN Maoist Parliamentary Party Leader Khagraj Bhatt, CPN Unified Samajwadi Party Party Leader Dilg Bahadur Sodari and Civil Liberties Party Parliamentary Party Leader Ghanshyam Chaudhary says, 'The budget has come against the needs and justification of the people. It has been felt that there is no balance in the thematic areas of the said budget, and that the political leadership is a mouthpiece.'
They have demanded to balance the budget on time.