Nepal witnessed the endorsement of two landmark bills on September 19, 2019.
The National Assembly meeting on Tuesday passed the Land Bill – 2076 BS. This is the eighth amendment to the bill.
Land Reforms, Cooperatives and Poverty Alleviation Minister Padma Kumari Aryal tabled the bill in the Assembly.
Responding to queries on the bill, Minister Aryal said that the bill aims to resolve the problems faced by the landless and address unorganized settlement across the country.
Likewise, the same meeting also paved way for the passing of the National Identity Card and Registration Bill – 2075 BS.
The given bill was presented by Home Minister Ram Bahadur Thapa for endorsement on Tuesday.
The Minister had presented a proposal for consideration on clause-wise deliberation over the bill, received from the House of Representatives, which was accepted unanimously.
Speaking about the bill to lawmakers, Thapa said that the bill was presented after broader discussions and consultations were held.
He shared that this session of the bill would adopt some points included in the amendment proposal. Earlier, Lawmaker Thagendra Prakash Puri and Ramprit Paswan had expressed the need to making the document more prosperous while presenting the amendment proposal over the bill.