Let us work together to solve the economic problems: FNCCI Senior VP Dhakal
KATHMANDU: Chandra Prasad Dhakal, senior vice president of the Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FNCCI), has said that in the current sensitive situation, rather than blaming one another, we should all work together to solve the economy's problems.
Dhakal made the remarks while speaking at the fifth Lumbini Province Provincial Assembly of the Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry Lumbini Province.
"There is no longer any reason for anyone to accuse anyone else. It is also challenging for the bank. It is becoming increasingly difficult for businesspeople. The government's revenue has also remained flat. As a result, everyone has a problem. There is no other option but to work together to find a solution."
He stated that the solution to this problem will be simple if the federation is united, so the next leadership should be chosen unanimously. He stated that the government, business leaders, and consumers should all work together to solve the economy's current problems.
"There is no longer any discomfort in winning or losing a person. The global economy is a lose-lose situation. We must all work together to win the economy. It must be restored to its former glory. So there is no way for us to all be one. There is no other option but to move forward as a group. "One side cannot solve the problem by accusing the other," he said.
He also criticized the government and political parties for failing to prioritize the economic agenda. The government has not yet achieved perfection. We thought the political agenda had ended with the adoption of the new constitution. Priority will be given to the economic agenda. However, it is perceived that the economic agenda is not a priority in political party behavior," he said.
He stated that because of the bank's investment, it is easier for businessmen to do business, and that the current problem cannot be solved by protesting against the bank. There have been anti-bank demonstrations. I believe that agitation alone will not solve the current problem. In the current tense situation, he believes that dialogue, discussion, and cooperation, rather than agitation, can provide an easy solution.