KATHMANDU: Central member of the CPN (UML) and Home Minister Ram Bahadur Thapa today said that he fielded his candidacy for a vacant post of member in the National Assembly (upper house) as per party’s direction. “I filed my candidacy for the post for the protection of the constitution and economic prosperity,” he said while talking to media-persons on his way to Kathmandu, the central capital of the country, after filing his candidacy for the post.
On the occasion, he viewed that party cadres should be pro-people instead of being pro-leaders while making party organisation disciplined and respectable.
Stating that the federal government has mobilised security agencies in all seven provinces to maintain peace and security, he said that the provincial government should also mobilise its resources and provide treatment against Covid-19.
Likewise, Dr Khim Lal Devkota, a common candidate for the post from Nepali Congress and CPN (Maoist Centre), has said that the filing of his candidacy for the post aims to bring the constitution on track.
He stressed the need for discipline among political parties to make republic live and for making role of province more pro people, transparent and responsible.
Krishna Bahadur Tamang, another candidate for the post from the Nepal Workers Peasants Party, expressed his commitment to work for the welfare of people beyond personal vested interest while abiding by the constitution, laws and acts.
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