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Parliament is platform to raise public voices, make laws, former PM Khanal says


KATHMANDU:- Former Prime Minister and senior leader of CPN (Unified Socialist) Jhalanath Khanal has argued that the Parliament proceedings should not be disrupted since it is the platform to raise public voices and make policies and laws.
Addressing a political gathering of party’s Bagmati Province-level training, Khanal said that some anarchic forces were continuously obstructing the House proceedings by being irresponsible to the country and people.
He was of the view that the communist party lost a historic opportunity due to the then UML leadership’s self-destructive move although the people gave almost two-thirds majority to the communist party in the last general election. Khanal termed the UML’s claim for majority as an illusion spread to the public.
On the occasion, senior leader Khanal said that his party was advancing by taking workers, peasants, patriots and socialist forces on board while arguing that socialism was the system to ensure right opportunities to majority of the people.
Party leader and Energy Minister of Bagmati Province Government Basanta Manandhar and other leaders were also present at the event.

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