We will strongly opposes all the agreements made against the National benefit: GEFONT Prez Rimal
Speaking in the Youth Training organised by GEFONT Bagmati Zone, GEFONT President Bishnu Rimal said "PM Dahal wants to visit India within September to give the Fast Track. Former Government has announced through Budget to develop Nijgad-Kathmandu Fast Track by itself and planned to explore the Investment, Technology, labour and skill which will help to develop workforce within the country and to end the unemployment but the Current Government is eager to give Fast Track to India."
"Nepali Congress Chairperson Sher Bahadur Deuba also saying that it is very difficult to build the Fast Track and Nepal couldn't build it. At the same time, PM Prachanda is eager to go India, so we have doubt. He suggested before making any new agreement please question why India is not implementing old agreements which was made 20-25 years ago. Unless all old agreements implemented, the new agreement cannot be accepted and we will strongly oppose the agreement which is against the National benefit " President Rimal added.
On the Occasion, GEFONT Secretary General Bishnu Lamsal said "Labour Sector must be move forward by developing youth workers knowledge, skill & Capacity. And we have been paying special attention to stop Youth migration and to create Employment in our own country. "
Speaking in the Programme, GEFONT Secretary Rammesh Badal said that proposed labour law will count all sectors workers, therefore the New Labour Law will be in favour of the Workers. Likewise, GEFONT Zonal President Ram Hari Nepal said that Youth Workers should be involved in National Development, Economic Development etc.
During the programme, Youth Workers were felicitated.