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CPN (UML) Chair Oli inaugurates party convention in over 60 districts virtually


KATHMANDU:- CPN (UML) Chair KP Sharma Oli today virtually inaugurated the party’s district convention in over 60 districts. He inaugurated the event from an action room at the Thapathali-based party’s central office.
In his address to the programme, the former Prime Minster said the party was committed to the protection and promotion of nationality and for the achievement of prosperity at home. He urged party cadres to gear up for the upcoming election with the target of winning a majority in the election.
The district convention of the party that had held its 10th National Congress in Chitwan in late November last year has kicked off in over 60 districts except some districts including the mountainous ones.
The district convention in 16 districts including the mountainous districts has been postponed today due to the lack of preparation and the cold weather, UML Central Publicity Department Deputy Chief Bishnu Rijal said. He added that the next date for convention in the mountainous districts would be fixed in consultation with the party central office.
The party’s central committee meeting held on December 11 and 12 in Bhaktapur had fixed Jan 7 as the date for holding the district conventions and January 22 as the date for holding the province convention.

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