KATHMANDU: Leaders of different political parties have said that the country has lost an honest and good leader in the demise of Vice-Chairman of the UCPN (Maoist), Posta Bahadur Bogati.
They reached the Open Air Theater to pay last tributes to late Bogati, and expressed the view that Bogati would be missed at a time when the country is facing dearth of honesty and political parties are only engrossed in fulfilling personal interests and prestige.
Stating that there was the need of cooperative leader like Bogati at a time when the constitution writing process is moving ahead and works related to the peace process are still remaining, they stressed that the UCPN (Maoist) should institutionalize Bogati’s contributions by completing the constitution writing process.
On the occasion, Prime Minister Sushil Koirala said that the country has lost a friendly leader.
He said, “Bogati has made a lot of contribution for the country. I want to pay tributes to him.”
Similarly, Constituent Assembly Chairman Subas Chandra Nembang said that he had found some capacity and skill on Bogati during Bogati’s term as the Chief Whip of the UCPN (Maoist).
Nepali Congress Vice-President Ram Chandra Poudel expressed doubt tt whether the demise of Bogati would put the constitution writing process in difficulty at a time when coordination role was necessary in it
Likewise, CPN (UML) Chairman, KP Sharma Oli, said that the country has lost a leader of the nation. He extended condolence towards irreparable loss in Bogati’s family and the UCPN (Maoist).
CPN (UML) senior leader Jhalanath Khanal said that Bogati had a great contribution in Communist movement.
Similarly, Deputy Prime Minister and CPN (UML) Vice-Chairman, Bamdev Gautam, said that Bogati was one of the top and devoted leaders implementing the Maoist principles into practice.
Leader of the CPN (UML), Madhav Kumar Nepal, said the country would miss Bogati.
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