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NCP General Secretary Chand becomes public, to address mass meeting with PM Oli

On Thursday, the government and Chand-led group had sealed a 3-point agreement in the federal capital, Kathmandu.
(Communist Party of Nepal General Secretary Netra Bikram Chand ‘Biplava’, who went public from Nawalpur after the government lifted the ban. As soon as it was made public, he left for Kathmandu after meeting the families of the martyrs in Devuchali Municipality of Nawalpur. 5 March 2021. Photo courtesy: Deepak Bhattarai)

N24 Correspondent, NAWALPARASI:- General Secretary of Nepal Communist Party (NCP) Netra Bikram Chand ‘Biplav’ has been public after the government lifted the ban on his party. He became public from Daldale of Nawalpur district early this morning.
Chand was living underground life since the government banned the group he led two years back. On Thursday, the government and Chand-led group had sealed a 3-point agreement in the federal capital, Kathmandu.
After becoming public, Chand has met with the families of martyrs at Devchuli Municipality of Nawalpur. He is learnt to have arrived at Daldale of Devchuli Municipality from the hilly area of the district at 3:00 am.
Police have informed that he now left for Kathmandu with police security.
Chanda and Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli are scheduled to make public the details on a 3-point agreement from the same forum in Kathmandu this afternoon.

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