RUPANDEHI: Leaders of ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) have stressed the need for the leadership to pursue socialism while ensuring political stability. There is no alternative to NCP government for country’s development and prosperity and improvement in people’s lifestyle, they claimed at a mass meeting organised on Saturday in Butwal by the NCP. NCP leadership is committed to implementing the government’s goals of ‘Prosperous Nepal, Happy Nepalis’, they said.
NCP General Secretary and Finance Minister Bishnu Prasad Poudel claimed that those who broke away with the NCP would return to the party. Maintaining that the NCP would lead the country after securing a majority in upcoming mid-term elections, he claimed that there is no alternative to the NCP leading the government for country’s prosperity. NCP standing committee member and chief minister of Lumbini Province Shankar Pokharel urged all to get united under the banner of NCP for bringing changes in the lives of people. He accused Dahal-Nepal side of creating disputes within the party for their personal vested interests at a time when the country was pursuing prosperity. Engagement of the provincial government in development activities proved that the province has pursued development and prosperity, he claimed.
On the occasion, NCP standing committee member and Minister for Energy and Water Resource Top Bahadur Rayamajhi said there was no alternative of leadership of KP Sharma Oli in the elections. Likewise, NCP standing committee member and Minister for Commerce and Supplies Lekhraj Bhatta said the people would not leave those who go against the country and the people. He said it was wrong on part of the Dahal-Nepal group to encircle the Prime Minster while the country was gaining momentum to the development.
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