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NC President Deuba worried democratic principle largely under attack

KATHMANDU: Nepali Congress (NC) President Sher Bahadur Deuba has claimed that BP Koirala’s democratic principle was being largely attacked.
In his address to a symposium entitled “BP’s thought and current political status” organised by the Martyrs Memorial Foundation here today to commemorate the 37th BP Memorial Day, the former Prime Minister said any attempt to hamper the international norms and values of democracy would not be tolerated.
The leader of main opposition in the Federal Parliament said, “If any bill capable of curtailing democratic norms and values is introduced, we will be compelled to hit the parliament as well as the street.”
He accused the government of attempting to attack on democracy by introducing the Media Council Bill and the Bill Related to the Human Rights Commission. He described the bills aiming to place a hook on human rights and the freedom of expression.
The main opposition party leader further alleged the government for indulging in the game of sweeping off the oppositions by tapping personal telephone calls.
He went on to say that achievement of national prosperity within a short period was possible of the BP’s development thought was adopted.
“BP Koirala who owns a multiple identity– as a writer, socialist thinker and a prominent political leader– was really an extraordinary figure.”
According to leader Deuba, BP was dedicated to the principle that nationalism, socialism and democracy should be taken ahead simultaneously and returned home with the ‘national reconciliation policy’ out of his love towards the nation. Democracy was the core thing in his life and he was a strong believer that socialism without democracy was never possible.
Vice President Bimalendra Nidhi was of the view that all should internalize that democracy was the first condition for nationality, democracy and socialism which kept people at the first as per the late BP’s principle.
NC Spokesperson Bishwa Prakash Sharma said BP had achieved a greater height in terms of the achievement of democracy by the nation. “BP is the source of inspirations of all political leadership existing in the country, and it is widely accepted that the nation and people would have different status if the king and communists had well understood him.”
Foundation’s Founder Dhundiraj Shastri said the idea of path of democratic socialism presented, advocated and exercised by BP was appropriate destination for the welfare of human.
Foundation’s chair Khilanath Dahal and Vice Chair Anjali Shrestha were of the view that duties and responsibilities to the families of martyrs should not be overlooked.
On the occasion, the Foundation’s founder and former minister Shastri was honoured by leader Deuba who also launched a book ‘Martyrs’ published by the Foundation on the occasion.

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