Demand for Accountability: Editorial

The call for the resignation of Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Home Affairs, Rabi Lamichhane, by the Nepali Congress underscores a critical need for accountability within the government. The recent demands made during the House of Representatives session shed light on the pressing issues that demand immediate attention and action.

At the heart of this demand lies the necessity for an impartial investigation into a complaint against 18 individuals, including high-ranking officials such as DPM Lamichhane. The gravity of the situation cannot be understated, as it involves allegations of illegal activities, including the issuance of loans to non-members by the Surya Darshan Cooperative, a clear violation of existing laws.

The Nepali Congress’s stance reflects a broader concern for justice and fairness. With Lamichhane remaining in his position, there are legitimate fears that the investigation could be compromised, thus undermining the very principles of justice and accountability that form the backbone of a functioning democracy. It is imperative that the government ensures transparency and integrity in addressing these allegations.

It is incumbent upon the government to heed the calls for accountability and take concrete steps to address the concerns raised by lawmakers and the public alike. The resignation of DPM Lamichhane, if warranted by a fair and thorough investigation, would serve as a crucial step towards restoring public trust in the government’s commitment to upholding the rule of law and ensuring justice for all.

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