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NRNA Chief Panta Emphasizes On Special Convention To Fulfill Election Promises

“Many of our friends are still divided on the line of the last election. We need to bridge the divide and we also need to discuss a new electoral system, representation and membership fees,” NRNA President Kumar Panta said.

By N24 Correspondent, KATHMANDU:-  President of Non-Resident Nepalis Association (NRNA), Kumar Panta has stressed on the need of organizing a special convention of NRNA for fulfilling the election promises.

“Many of our friends are still divided on the line of the last election. We need to bridge the divide and we also need to discuss a new electoral system, representation and membership fees,” Panta said.

“Personally I am not biased to anyone and we need to work together for a better future of our organization. In an election, there are always two sides, where one side looses and the other side wins. We have to forget the bitterness of the past election and move ahead from here onward,” Pant said.

On the question of the impact of Covid-19, Pant said the situation may start getting normal from October, 2021 but nothing is guaranteed because of the uncertainty as to how long it would take for all Nepalis to get the vaccine.

“It is not wise to make our organization inactive because of the Covid-19 situation. We need to work even at this situation albeit with a precaution,” Panta said.

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