The Rastriya Swatantra Party (RSP) has underscored the need of correcting tendency of demanding resignation of government or minister(s) and obstructing the parliament over a particular incident without a conclusion of the investigation.
Expressing dissatisfaction over the recent call for resignation and disruption of the House in connection with a scam of 100 kilograms of gold, the RSP has presented a resolution motion before the Speaker demanding fair investigation into the case.
Member of Parliament (MP) Manish Jha informed that RSP called on the Speaker for carrying out full and fair investigation into the recent case of gold smuggling by utilizing the parliamentary rights provided by parliamentary system and the Constitution.
Presenting the resolution motion of the party before the Speaker, lawmakers, including President Lamichhane demanded for impartial and complete investigation into the gold scam, Jha shared.
"How was it possible to release such a big quantity of gold from the airport at once? We hold a conviction that mature democratic practice should be adopted rather than demanding resignation of the minister(s) without complete investigation and parliamentary disruption without giving a chance to speak up", he said, adding,
"Being committed to the notion, we have registered the resolution motion".
Parliamentarian Jha further said the resolution proposal having signatures of all MPs of the party was registered at the parliament secretariat. ---