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Irregularity of financial institutions to be controlled: Minister Aryal

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Kathmandu, Aug 13

Minister for Land Management, Cooperatives and Poverty Alleviation Padma Kumari Aryal has opined for controlling the irregularities surfacing in financial institutions.

Speaking in a programme here in the capital today, Minister Aryal said that the financial institutions should maintain transparency in their activities.

She added that the government was seriously working to make the financial institutions transparent and well managed. Ministry was doing home work on identifying the people living under the poverty line, she added.

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