KATHMANDU:- Chairman of Nepal Communist Party (Unified Socialist) Madhav Kumar Nepal has said that his party would join the government this week.
Addressing a seminar and cadres’ meet organised by the party’s Kaski district committee in Pokhara today, Chairman Nepal said that the CPN (Unified Socialist) will select the leaders to join the federal cabinet.
On the occasion, Chairman Nepal stated that the current five-party coalition would be maintained till the upcoming election. “The erstwhile government did not properly address the people’s woes. The current coalition government should not repeat the past mistakes. We should serve the people by further strengthening the coalition,” the former Prime Minister argued.
Urging the party cadres not to think about rejoining the UML, leader Nepal said, “We are the true communist party. Others have hurt the heart of communist party. They weakened and defamed the communist party.”
Chairman Nepal also said that the CPN (Unified Socialist) won’t go for unification with the Maoist Centre and any other force but would advance on its own strength.
Likewise, Nepal said that it was necessary to safeguard the achievements of people’s movement including republicanism, federalism and secularism.
Addressing the party cadres, he said the Supreme Court’s verdict on House of Representatives dissolution was historic and a milestone in Nepal’s constitutionalism.
Gandaki Province In-charge of the CPN (Unified Socialist) Keshavlal Shrestha, Province Secretary Prataplal Shrestha, HoR Member Krishna Kumar Shrestha, party’s Kaski district committee chairman Dhanraj Acharya, secretary Hom Bahadur Nepali, under-secretary Purna Lama and other leaders expressed their opinions focusing on organization development of the party.
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