Government’s decision to grant public leave two days a week from May

The government has decided to grant public leave two days a week from May 20.

Prime Minister’s Press Coordinator Govinda Pariyar informed that it has been decided to grant public leave for two days on Saturday and Sunday as a trial.

From that time the office will be operated from 9.30 am to 5.30 pm. The government has extended the leave, saying the country’s economy is in crisis.

The government has extended public holidays, citing declining foreign exchange reserves and widening balance of payments deficit.

Earlier, government fuel was cut by 20 percent to reduce imports of petroleum products. Similarly, the government had decided to impose a complete ban on 10 different commodities to increase foreign exchange reserves.

Chief Election Officer orders Mugu to appear for two ward chairperson candidates

Janak Bahadur Budha, a candidate for the post of ward chairperson of Chhayannath Rara Municipality-5 and Shyam Bahadur Shahi, a candidate for the post of ward chairperson of the same municipality have been ordered to report to the office on April 30.

According to the Chief Election Office, Mugu, Devendra Rawal of Chhayannath Rara Municipality-5 has lodged a complaint at the Office of the Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) for justice.

Similarly, Dhamendra Shahi of Chhayannath Rara Municipality-7 has lodged a complaint at the office of the Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) alleging that Shyam Bahadur Shahi was convicted by the High Court of Surkhet Jumla on March 13, 2073 BS. According to the Office of the Returning Officer, Mugu.

According to the Chief Election Office, both the candidates have been ordered to report to the office of the officer at 10:00 am on April 3 with their evidence and proof against the candidate.

Janak Bahadur Budha of CPN-UML and Shyam Bahadur Shahi of CPN-UML have registered their nominations for the post of chairman of ward no.

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