NA to modify official logo, session rescheduled for Tuesday

Kathmandu / May 24: The National Assembly (NA) session originally scheduled for Monday has been put off till Tuesday. The session has been re-scheduled for 11:00 am Tuesday as the Muslim community is celebrating the Id-Ul-Fitre festival on Monday.

Federal Parliament General Secretary Dr Bharat Raj Gautam informed about this through a public notice today. The new date was fixed by NA Chair Ganesh Prasad Timilsina as per the decision of the NA Business Advisory Committee meeting that took place today at the Singhadurbar-based NA Chair’s office.

The Id-Ul-Fitre is being observed tomorrow, Monday, and the government has announced a public holiday on the occasion.

Similarly, the meeting decided to revise the Federal Parliament’s logo and badge being used by NA members in the aftermath of the publication of the updated political and administrative map of Nepal. The logo is to be modified as per the updated map.

The meeting also agreed to request the House of Representatives to proceed for ensuring uniformity in official logos of members in the both Houses of Federal Parliament.

According to the NA Regulations- 2075 BS, the dress code of parliament members and logo of the Federal Parliament shall be as determined by the Chair on the recommendation of the Business Advisory Committee.

Logo of HoR members to be changed as per updated map

Meanwhile, the Business Advisory Committee of the House of Representatives has decided to modify the official logo of Federal Parliament and badge of HoR members in accordance with the updated map of Nepal.

The Committee meeting taken place at the Singha Durbar today took a decision to this effect. Speaker Agni Prasad Sapkota chaired the meeting. The Federal Parliament Secretariat has been directed to immediately proceed towards the implementation of the decision. RSS

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