KATHMANDU, Sept. 23: Prime Minister Dr Baburam Bhattarai has said that national unity and democracy could not be institutionalized until a constitution ensuring federalism, state restructuring, form of governance, secularism and proportional electoral system was drafted.
Addressing a program after inspecting the Office of the Attorney General on Sunday, the Prime Minister said he has accorded top priority to welfare state.
Similarly, he said none should bargain the use of law as country´s development was possible only by revered implementation of law, and all policies and decisions were guided by the law.
On the occasion, Attorney General Mukti Narayan Pradhan said that research and investigation on issues relating to criminal cases should be made cogent and managed to make best suited the international standards in the case of Nepal as a member of the World Trade Organization.
Well equipped lab, skilled human resources, security personnel and experts should be provided to make systematic investigation into the criminal cases. He also said the Office of the Attorney General was in need of separation from the civil service.
Also speaking at the programme, Deputy Attorney General Surya Prasad Koirala also pointed out the need of the formation of crime investigation coordination committee to effectively launch investigation and charges in criminal cases.