CHITWAN:- Chairperson of CPN (Maoist Centre) Pushpa Kamal Dahal has said the five-party alliance would continue till the conclusion of peace process.
At an interaction programme organized by Bhaaratpur Metropolis here Friday, Chairperson Dahal said the five-party alliance would continue beyond the election of provincial and federal levels. Collective efforts would be continued to ensure a new age of development, he added.
“Now, none can take the country toward regression,” he said, adding, “However, there are still the problems. So, the alliance is moving ahead by sorting out the problems.”
According to him, there two attitudes in the country- one is individualistic and another collective. Every political party has this character in deed. “The political force that tried to push the country towards regression, breach the constitution and dent democratic system is not adopting the approach of moving alone. But, we have approach of togetherness. It is the struggle between those who are for unity and against it, Dahal added.
Also the former prime minister, Chairperson Dahal reminded that state partnership programme (SPP) was done during the time KP Sharma Oli was prime minister. “It is time to differentiate between hypocrisy and nationalism,” he made aware the programme attendants.
The Chairperson also assured that he would take initiative to develop Bharatpur Hospital as a teaching hospital. He lauded the development initiatives being forwarded in Bharatpur Metropolis. Dahal also suggested for the priority to production, employment, social security and justice.
On the occasion, Minister for Energy, Irrigation and Hydro Resource, Pampha Bhushal, said embankment along the Narayani River and irrigation were major works forwarded by Chitwan Metropolis.
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