Employment for those unemployed only after pandemic ends


Kathmandu: Prime Minister KP Oli has vowed to provide employment opportunities to the unemployed youths in the country once the COVID-19 pandemic is over.

In a congratulatory message to all the Nepalis youth and students at home and abroad on the occasion of the 31st Youth Day, PM Oli has urged all the Nepalis youth and students to tackle this pandemic in unison. The Prime Minister has also expressed his hope for the creative involvement of the youths in the government’s aspiration to end poverty and promote self-reliance and development.

Oli, who was the founder president of then Prajatantrik Rastriya Yuwa Sangh which was the youth wing of the then Communist Party of Nepal (UML), has sought cooperation from the youths in the nation-building endeavors as well as in the process of ensuring equality, justice and social security.

Furthermore, the Prime Minister reaffirmed that the government was framing programmes and ideas to generate jobs in the country in consideration of the prospects of unemployment that could loom in the country after the pandemic comes to an end.

Oli, also the Chairperson of Nepal Communist Party, in his message has said, “We are actively working towards job creation and providing education/trainings for the youths seeking greener pastures for employment.”
The All Nepal National Independent Students Union, student wing of UML, was established on 1965 BS on this day which is observed as the Youth Day in the Nepal Communist Party.