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Five-party alliance will continue even after parliamentary election: Chair Nepal


DOTI:- Chairperson of the CPN (Unified Socialist) Madhav Kumar Nepal has expressed the belief that the five-party alliance would continue even after federal and province assembly elections.
Chair Nepal said so while talking to media persons at Silgadhi today. Chair Nepal, has arrived Silgadhi to address cadres gathering organised by CPN (Unified Socialist) District Committee, Doti.
He shared that an agreement has reached among top leaders of the five-party to continue the alliance even after elections as it is necessary in the present context.
He opined, “The party did not get expected result in the local-level election while trusting only the five-party alliance. The party will get victory in more seats than expected in the federal and province assembly elections.”

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