KATHMANDU: The remaining task of party unification of the Nepal Communist Party (NCP) is getting finalized while the unification of the party would be announced on Madan Bhandari and Jibraj Ashrit Memorial Day on Jestha 3 i.e. May 17.
NCP Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ assured the party cadres and leaders about the final unification of the party. He said this at a programme organized on the occasion of the 29th anniversary of Youth Association Nepal. “We’re making efforts for the announcement on coming Friday. If not, don’t worry, the final unification will be announced soon,” he added.
According to him, the party unification was guided by the country’s need, communist movement and respects to people’s aspiration. The party leadership took bold decision to take historic step. “Real communist promote the thoughts that analyses leftist and rightist ideologies and makes further development,” he added, arguing that thoughts could be continuously tested, exercised and developed for the sake of country and humanity.
He however said the two ideologies continue as long as the class-based society exists. Chairman Dahal cautioned the youths not to show arrogance that is harmful to the party. Only those who internalizes change is the communist party.
Dahal reminded that his personal life was spent by giving continuity to some thoughts and breaking continuity as per the time and need since 2038BS. The party unification is also series of that making and breaking unity/alliance, the Chairman asserted.
Moreover, Chairman Dahal said only the progressive forces make mistakes and ensures development. “There is no leader not making mistake in the history. We should move forward by learning from the past. Anyone following anything blindly as a slave cannot be communist,” he underscored.
There is immense trust on party, youths and the people, he said, expressing readiness for flexibility in any context. “I do not have any complexity to restrain flexibility. I am eager to carry out further innovation in my remaining life if you lend me support. I need support from all sides and I do lend my support to all”.
Recalling that he became the founder chair of the All Nepal Youth Organization at the age of 26, he said it was very exciting to note that both the chairs of the party had served the youth organization as founder chair.
Meanwhile, CPN senior leader Madhav Kumar Nepal echoed the expression that youths are the trustworthy strength of their party. He urged the youths to think the ways to protect and perpetuate the communist movement.
“The country is eagerly waiting the prosperity with social justice”, he said, adding Nepal’s socialist movement has emerged strong and cultured in the globe.
Likewise, another leader and former Prime Minister Jhalanath Khanal stressed the need to concentrate efforts towards economic and social transformation by consolidating national feeling and improving good governance practices.
Also speaking on the occasion, acting prime minister and CPN leader Iswar Pokharel said both the organizations are merging soon while pointing out the need of ideological clarity. “We need a leadership with planning and participation from youths”.
CPN general secretary Bishnu Poudel lauded youths’ role in institutionalizing republican setup in the country.
Among other speakers were Youth Association Nepal Chair Ramesh Poudel, senior vice-chair Kiran Poudel and Young Communist League Nepal Chair Ram Prasad Sapkota.
On the occasion, Govinda Dhital was feted with a cash prize of Rs 312,000 for his contribution to the Youth Association.
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