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Maoist Centre’s national convention should adopt policy to safeguard nationality, leaders suggest


KATHMANDU:- Leaders of different political parties have stressed that the policy to be taken from the ongoing general convention of the CPN (Maoist Centre) should become a milestone in safeguarding nationality.
Expressing their messages of the best wishes to the general convention of the CPN (Maoist Centre) in the federal capital on Sunday, the speakers said that the parties should be united in the agendas of nationality despite their differences in ideology and principles.
The leaders said that the right decision to be taken by the general convention would be vital in safeguarding the nationality in the future.
General Secretary of the CPN (ML) CP Mainali said that serious questions were raised on Maoist, and the confusions would prevail if the general convention failed to draw conclusion.
Likewise, leader of CPN (Revolutionary Maoist) CP Gajurel termed the expressions of CPN (Maoist Centre) Chairman Prachanda for the unity of Maoist forces as positive gestures but called for a concrete foundation to materialise this.
If the unity of the former Maoist forces was required, some crucial bases should be prepared, Gajurel added while hoping that the general convention would prepare that foundation. He called for the Maoist Centre leaders to come up with the commitment to abide by the decisions taken by the first meeting of the central committee during the commencement of the People’s War.
Likewise, Vice-Chairperson of Rastriya Janamorcha Durga Poudel said that the policy to be taken by the Maoist Centre’s general convention would be of national importance, adding that the attacks on republic, democracy, secularism and nationality were rife from different angles.
Also speaking at the inaugural session, General Secretary of Rastriya Prajatantra Party Kunti Shahi said that her party and Maoist Centre share common views on making a prosperous nation through sovereign economy, defence of nationality and preventing foreign intervention.

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