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Nepal’s Prime Minister Oli bats for ‘Prosperous Nepal: Happy Nepali’

KATHMANDU: The ruling Communist Party of Nepal held a special program in the capital today to mark its 70th founding day.
Speaking at the function, Party Chair and Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli declared that they would work ahead to realize the Nepali people’s rights and their aspiration for prosperity.
He said that the communist party formed for social justice, people’s democracy and people rights, safeguarding of nationality and sovereignty had come to the stage of institutionalizing of the people’s rights.
Chair Oli also committed to materialize the campaign of ‘Prosperous Nepal: Happy Nepali’. Prime Minister Oli said that it was a golden chance to translate the social and developmental agendas expressed by the communist party since declared in the communist manifesto.
Allowance for senior citizens would increase and the nation’s pride project, Melamchi Drinking Water Project be completed soon, said the PM. Stating that it failed to increase allowance for senior citizens for the current fiscal year of 2018/19 due to various reasons, he said, “Country’s economic was left paralysed. We (the incumbent government) have brought it on track. The allowance will be increased for the upcoming fiscal year.”
Likewise, another NCP chair Pushpa Kamal Dahal said the government has prepared the base for economic development and prosperity of the country. “One year’s time is not so long. But the government has started out on a hopeful note,” said the former Prime Minister.

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