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Prime Minister Oli directs Ntc for improvement

Prime Minister KP Oli has directed the government owned telecom company Ntc to improve the network. In a program in Singhadurbar PM listened to the details of the progress made by Nepal Telecom for improvement. After which, PM asks the NT management to come up with plans to provide better services to the people.

PM even asked to put an end to wrong trend (“rat tendency”) inside Ntc that have interrupted their services. He stressed that such tendency needs to be eliminated for providing excellent services. Here are some of the specific directives by PM to Ntc.

  • Put 24 Hours duty in special technical sections with rotation for staffs.
  • Work for the easy access of communication, education and information to people.
  • Increase effort to remain in the competition.
  • Remove the inefficiencies and irregularities.
  • Bring new plans and initiatives to improve the services.

As per those points asked by PM to Ntc Management, it seems PM and Government to be worry of the Pioneer company and their services. PM reminded of the establishment of the company not only for the profit but to benefit the people.

Advisor to PM Mr. Bishnu Prasad Rimal, MOIC Minister for state Gokul Prasad Baskota, Ntc MD Mrs. Kamini Rajbhandari and others were present in the discussion.

Optical fiber project

PM has also expressed his dissatisfaction in the current works by Ntc for optical fiber project  He mentioned of some complains in the project for which he asks to halt the work. He asks to decide on the issue only after further discussion.

It seems quite contradicting as on one hand PM asks to improve the network, whereas on the other hand he asks to stall the fiber project work which is quite required for the network expansion. Source

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