Koirala Govt clears names of 27 secretariesNovember 14th, 2007 - 2:04 am ICT by admin
According to nepalnews, those who have been promoted to secretaries are Shankar Prasad Koirala, Purna Prasad Kadariya, Rameshwor Prasad Khanal, Arbind Kumar Shrestha, Deep Bahadur Swar, Puroshottam Ojha, Shankar Prasad Pandey, Shyam Prasad Mainali, Baburam Acaharya and Baman Prasad Neupane.
Similarly, others joint secretaries promoted to the vacant posts are Uma Kant Jha, Ram Kumar Shrestha, Punya Prasad Sharma, Dr Govinda Prasad Kusum, Bajra Kishor Prasad Saha, Rameshwor Dubey, Balnanda Poudel, Brinda Hada, Tej Bahadur Thapa Gharti, Dr Ramhari Aryal, Lilamani Poudel, Gyanchandra Acharya, Sushil Bahadur Rana, Tana Gautam, Bhagwati Kumar Kafle, Chaviraj Panta and Dr Uday Raj Sharma.
Reports said there was also discussion about the special session of the parliament scheduled to begin today afternoon.
According to a minister, the government has also directed the finance committee of the government to provide the promised relief package to people displaced by the Maoists. (ANI)
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