Nepal Workers’ and Peasants’ Party Chairperson Narayanman Bijukchhe has said that major parties have failed to understand the sentiments of the people. He also accused the party enjoying the powers for prioritizing nepotism and selfishness.
Speaking at a program to inaugurate the assembly of Nepalese Journalists (FNJ), Bhaktapur Chapter on Saturday, leader Bijukchhe said problems arose in the country as the big political parties concentrated themselves on just getting into state power. “The major parties have ignored people’s aspirations and expectations so the people’s faith and trust upon them has already eroded,” he argued.
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