RUPANDEHI: Nepali Congress President Sher Bahadur Deuba has accused the incumbent government of attempting to become an autocratic ruler. In his address to the Nepali Congress district conference Saturday in Rupandehi, he urged party cadres to stay standby to agitate against the government, when the time demands.
Themain opposition party leader said the NC would not allow the Media Council Bill brought against the principle of freedom of the press and expression, as he claimed, to pass from the parliament under any circumstances. He warned that the party would not hesitate to obstruct the House to prevent the endorsement of the bill.
Stating that the culture of unity in the party had originated from Rupandehi, the birthplace of Gautam Budhha, he pledged to end the tendency of betrayal within the party.
Party general secretary Dr Shashank Koirala was of the view that no force would be able to defeat the party if it succeeded in remaining intact and undivided.
Reminding that NC president Deuba-led government named Butwal temporary capital of State 5, NC central member and chief whip Bal Krishna Khand warned of a sacrifice if the capital is moved out of the city. Likewise, NC central member Dr Shekhar Koirala accused the incumbent government led by the Nepal Communist Party of trying to fail the federalism.
NC spokesperson and central member Bishwa Prakash Sharma blamed the government for going against the aspirations of the government. Other participating NC leaders collectively voiced against groupism within the party and demanded an end to the practice.
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