Govt. decides to reject TI report

Kathmandu / Nov. 29: The government has decided to reject recently unveiled report of the Transparency International.

Minister for Communications and Information Technology, Parbat Gurung, who is also the government spokesperson, said at a press meet organised today to make public the decisions of the Councils of Ministers, said that the government decided to reject the TI report as the report was motivated by political biasness.

The government spokesperson argued that the report was prepared without proper study on facts and statistics and it was influenced by biased views.

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