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Government firm in its way to political stability: Prime Minister Oli


KATHMANDU:- Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has said the government was firm in its campaign to political stability by removing every obstacle.

Issuing a condolence note in memory of those who attained martyrdom in the Jhapa movement today, PM Oli reiterated that government would work untiringly for prosperity, social justice, and national integrity.

The present NCP government is taking the country towards prosperity via speedy development. It is devoted to materializing martyrs dream by making people happy.
PM Oli reminded that Jhapa movement was created in response to autocratic move of then government.

This movement was a dignified departure for uniting the divided communist parties while expanding the demand for republicanism principally put forth by the communist party during its establishment, the PM said in his statement.

“We had announced to establish an equitable society along with social justice and republic by uprooting the Panchyat regime and autocratic monarchy while running this movement,” reads the message.

PM Oli has also recalled all the martyrs who lost their lives in this community communist movement that has an unusual and historical importance in Nepal’s political movement, communism and progressive and democratic movement. On this day 48 years ago, the then Panchayat regime had murdered Ram Nath Dahal, Netra Ghimire, Biren Rajbansi, Krishna Kuinkel and Narayan Shrestha in the Sukhani jungle, in the pretext of shifting their prison.

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