December 7: Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has assured the private sector to take the initiative in solving the problems seen in the economy. In a meeting with the Federation of Nepalese Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FNCCI), the prime minister promised to invite everyone for discussion to resolve the current problems.
FNCCI, which started a campaign to resolve the economic crisis, has been actively trying to meet top leaders of the political parties to resolve the economic problems. A delegation of FNCCI met Prime Minister Deuba in an attempt to find a way out. A press release issued by the FNCCI on Tuesday states that PM Deuba promised to resolve the issue by discussing it with the Ministry of Finance and the Nepal Rastra Bank along with the private sector.
FNCCI has already met CPN (UML) chairman KP Sharma Oli and CPN (Maoist Center) chair Pushpa Kamal Dahal separately and sought for their help to seek a solution to the problems. FNCCI had asked them to protect the country's economy as it under grave risk.
According to the statement of the federation, UML President Oli, in the meeting, admitted that the economy is in trouble, and he and his party were ready to work for a resolution. Chairman of the Maoist Center Dahal has also assured to take initiatives to solve the problem.
FNCCI team has also met Finance Minister Janardan Sharma and Minister for Industry, Commerce and Supplies Dilendra Prasad Badu. FNCCI has urged everyone to understand the sensitivity of the economy and also provide suggestions to solve the problem.