Kathmandu, Jan 3
The Janamat Party has sought six months’ performance details from the people’s representatives elected from the party at local levels. Party Chairman and lawmaker CK Rawat wrote letters to all those elected from the party at local levels to furnish details on what progress they made in the last six months.
The people’s representatives have been given a week to furnish details on their performance. They can send the progress report to the central secretariat of the party.
In the local level elections, the Janamat Party secured the posts of ward chairs at Hanuman Nagar Kangalini Municipality and chair and vice chair of Balan Bihul Rural Municipality including two wards.
Similarly, Janamat Party candidate was elected chair in a ward of Mahadev Rural Municipality- the home town of Chairman Raut.
Throughout the country, the party had secured chairmen of 19 wards.
“What are the programmes you launched to implement the concept of Janamat Party? What are the initiatives you took to address people’s concern? Did you establish coordination between the local committees and cadres of the party?” These were some of the questions made to them in the letter Chairman Raut wrote.
The ward and municipal committees of the party have also been directed to furnish performance details of the people’s representatives elected from the party.