KATHMANDU: Nepali Congress president Sushil Koirala has instructed the party cadres to go to the villages. Speaking to party cadres gathered at his residence here this morning, he asked them to go to the villages so as to consolidate the party’s base and spread the party’s official views.
“The party is taking initiation for national consensus and elections can take place at any moment in the country now based on political consensus. I am confident our initiatives will be successful,” Koirala said.
He also told the party cadres to explain to the people as to why constitution could not be issued and create public opinion in support of the party.
The party president told party workers to move ahead according to the decision taken by the party’s central committee on Tuesday. The central committee meeting on Tuesday decided to hold protest programmes across the country against what it called the conspiracies to finish off the achievements made through the long struggle and sacrifices of the people.
Meanwhile, party president Koirala is scheduled to meet with the members of the now defunct Constituent Assembly and issue necessary directives to them, said Bipul Pokharel, Koirala’s press advisor.
The central working committee of the Nepali Congress is also meeting at 1 p.m. today at the party office in Sanepa following his meeting with the former CA members. RSS
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