POKHARA: Nepali Congress (NC) central member Sujata Koirala has asserted that every government must work in unison, consensus and collaboration. But the incumbent government has failed to do so, she blamed.
At a press conference organized here by Nepal Press Union, leader Koirala assessed that the development works in the country had not gained a momentum in lack of collaboration in the government.
The former Deputy Prime Minister, hinting towards the factional politics within the NC, argued that the individuals were to be blamed for making the party weak. She pointed out the need for the collaborative efforts to protect the party which happens to the oldest Democratic Party in the country. “We should make the party strong and undivided.”
Koirala urged all the cadres and leaders to have a high morale despite the loss in the election and underlined the need to expand the party’s structure by representing 80 per cent of the country’s youth’s sentiments.
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