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Nepali Congress committed for ensuring democratic rights to people: KC

CALIFORNIA: Senior leader of Nepali Congress Arjun Nurshing KC has said that Nepali Congress will not compromise with injustice. He also added that NC is committed for ensuring full democratic rights to the people.

Addressing the interaction program organized by Nepali Janasampark Samiti (Nepali Public-Concern Committee) California Chapter, he added that Nepali Congress should go to the public with clear agendas. Stating that the constituent assembly failed to deliver new constitution as UCPN-Maoist deceived Nepali people in different excuses. He also expressed his confidence that Nepali people will bring Nepali Congress in the front position of Nepali Politics.

 KC also made it clear that Nepali Congress is not against Federalism and not against different castes. “Nepali Congress is of the view that Federal states should be made after analyzing viability of the country,” KC added. He also added that Nepalis staying abroad could also play important role for strengthening democracy in Nepal.

 He also added that Nepali Congress will prioritize the issue of utilizing the skills of Nepali youths staying in abroad. Youths participating in the interaction informed that although they are interested to return Nepal and utilize their skills they could not do so as there is no security of investment and profession.

 More than 400 Nepali staying in California and involved in different profession took part in the interaction program. Participants of the program stressed the need of unity among all democratic Nepalis staying in the America.

 The program was chaired by Chairperson of Nepali Janasampark Samiti (Nepali Public Concern Committee) Chandra Dhital. Pyush Dahal, Padam Rawal, Uttam Karki, Harihar Dahal, Reshma Tamag, Bishownath Bhandari, Baikuntha Khanal, Bidhyasagar Yongen and Binod Bhattra expressed their opinion during the program conducted by General Secretary of the Committee Pratik Pandey.

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