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Narayankaji Shrestha identifies key priorities of Maoist Centre


KATHMANDU:- Senior leader of CPN (Maoist Centre) Narayankaji Shrestha has underscored the need for his party to bring about changes in people’s lives and ensure nation’s prosperity.
Addressing the inaugural session of the party’s 8th general convention here Sunday, Shrestha said that Maoist Centre should be robust to troubleshoot the nation’s problems. He stated that the Maoist Centre would appear in the political spectrum to address the issues of oppressed caste, gender, class and community while addressing the need for a revolutionary communist party in Nepal.
Shrestha, however, said serious review on the party’s mistakes were also imperative.
As identified by Shrestha, the first responsibility of the party is to ensure internal national unity to prevent external invention while safeguarding Nepal’s sovereignty, independence, dignity and interest.
Similarly, he called for moving ahead by amending the constitution as demanded by the context while stating that federal democratic republic, socialism-oriented democracy and safeguarding the constitution should be implemented in practice.
The Maoist Centre leader also said that a base for the socialism should be prepared by meeting the people’s fundamental needs including education, health care and employment by linking these to the democracy with socio-economic domains.
Likewise, Shrestha said that the remaining tasks of the peace process should be completed soon.
Also speaking at the same event, Maoist Centre’s standing committee member Matrika Prasad Yadav said that the leftist forces in the country should be united to accomplish the revolution of socialism and the leadership should change its thoughts, mentality and practice.
Yadav was of the view that abandoning of the ‘Prachandapath’ was a serious mistake of the party, adding that the move left the people’s democratic revolution in mess.

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