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Chair Dahal challenges Oli to prove allegation of five-point pact with former King

KATHMANDU:- Chairperson of the CPN (Maoist Centre), Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has challenged CPN (UML) Chair KP Sharma Oli to prove the allegation that Dahal had signed five-point agreement with former King Gyanendra.
CPN (UML) Chair Oli at a programme on Wednesday had said that Dahal had made five-point pact with the former King.
Chair Dahal said, “I challenge KP Oli to prove the allegation of five-point pact.”
Issuing a press release today, he refuted the allegation made by Chair Oli, saying the publicity made by Oli was false.
Similarly, the CPN (Maoist Centre) Chair Dahal in the statement accused Chair Oli of going too far away from Marxism and communist ideology.
Chair Dahal has requested all not to be in confusion by the propaganda of Chair Oli.
In the statement, the CPN (Maoist Centre) Chair claimed that his analysis on the character of today’s capitalism was correct.
Similarly, Chair Dahal maintained that he is clear regarding the Nepal’s share market and is in favour of investors.
He argued, “In the context of Nepal’s share market, I would like to make it clear that our party and I are in favour of the interest of millions of investors.”
Also the former Prime Minister, Dahal requested all the share investors not to be misled from false publicity.


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