At a programme organized by the newly reconstituted Nepal Women’s Association, sister organization of the party, to exchange best wishes in the capital on Sunday, President Koirala claimed that the unity in the Nepali Congress would not be threatened on anyone’s will. He directed the sister organizations of the party to protect democracy.
President Koirala also urged the sister organizations to forget past bitterness and devote to the consolidation of the party organization and democracy.
On the occasion, party general secretary Prakash Man Singh accused the UCPN-Maoist of plunging the country into political and constitutional crisis.
He demanded the prime minister to step down immediately for forging national consensus which is a key to political way out.
There was the Maoists’ intention to capture state power behind the announcement of new election to the constituent assembly, he added. RSS
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