If I were the Prime minister of Nepal
The Prime minister of Nepal, a country of peace and tranquility, rules over corers of people and enjoys immense power as the defacto head of the nation compared to the president who is only a de jure or nominal head. If I become the Prime minister by a stroke of luck, I’d exercise all the wide powers by improving the lot of the countries catastrophic and miseries.
My first duty as Prime minister would be to form a capable and stable cabinet. I’d give more priority to the distribution of duties of the cabinet ministers. I’d make a list of the important problems. Priority would be given to education, development of industries and agriculture besides tackling the problems of unemployment, poverty, corruption and over-population. My aim as Prime minister would be to make the society conscious of the evils. I’d try to create an atmosphere of sweetness and confidence rather than suspicion and hatred in the field of political activities. In this regard, I’d respect the views of the opposition. I’d match the mis-match of dwelling standard. My living standard will definitely be matched with the others those who live in slums. I’d direct all ministers to cut their coats according to their cloths. At present, millions people don’t get enough two square meals a day and their children seem roaming in the streets in tattered cloths and bare feet, I’d make all these story of the past.
Regarding the existing poverty would be alleviating ensuring genuine economic justice. Adequate food, shelter and employment would be exercised imposing heavy taxes on the countries affluent classes, who spend huge buck recklessly in 5-star hotel. I’d discourage those spend colossal money for solemnizing marriage. I’d rather manage yearly medical check-ups and free medicines those who can’t afford the cost at all.
My education policy would be universalizing of elementary education, launching total literacy campaign in a period of 5...
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