August 18, Kathmandu. The Finance Ministry has urged that it could be acceptable to represent a excessive stage committee to review the long run plan of action of Nepal Airlines Corporation and the continued workers motion and submit recommendations to the federal government.
In the dialogue held within the Finance Ministry on Friday, Finance Minister Janardan Sharma urged the Finance Ministry and the Aviation Corporation to type a committee in coordination with the Tourism Secretary and submit a report with suggestions inside 15 to twenty days. He pressured on the necessity to finish the agitation after consulting the workers and conducting the common enterprise of the company. Minister Sharma mentioned that after learning the studies of assorted committees up to now, it is going to be straightforward for the federal government to take crucial selections by suggesting appropriate options.
On this event, Finance Secretary Madhu Kumar Marasini and Tourism Secretary Yadav Koirala mentioned that sturdy political management is required for the reform of the company. He mentioned the airline company couldn’t make any progress resulting from basic delay and added that crucial selections must be taken on the political stage.
During the dialogue Dim Prasad Poudel, Managing Director of the Corporation expressed his views on the current standing of Nepal Airlines and future strategic choices. He mentioned that the monetary place of the company has turn into weak resulting from political interference, over-recruitment and weak authorized system. Poudel mentioned that the company at present has a debt of Rs 50 billion and an collected deficit of Rs 11 billion. He mentioned there have been greater than 5 hundred workers than required. He regretted that up to now numerous committees have submitted research and studies for the advance of the company however the identical has not been applied.
During the dialogue, Revenue Secretary Krishna Hari Pushkar, Senior Economic Advisor Dr. Surendra Upreti and Joint Secretary, Ministry of Finance and Tourism have been current.