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Prachanda commits for the interest of small investors in share market


KATHMANDU:- CPN (Maoist Centre) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has said that his party was committed to protecting the interest of small investors in the share market.
At an even on Saturday, the Maoist Centre Chairman had said that just an expansion of the economic capitalism won’t ensure positive results to the people adding that real sector’s development was slow due to investment of capital in the share market.
As his remarks were considered against the values of share market, Prachanda said that he made those statements on theoretical ground and was firm on his expressions while adding that the statements were true.
Chairman Prachanda’s personal secretary Ramesh Malla said Chairman Prachanda’s statement on theoretical issue is fully correct adding that his party was committed to ensuring the interests of the small investors in the share market.
According to Malla, his party would make conscious moves and efforts for the security and interest of the small investors.
Malla urged one and all not to get confused and unnecessarily inflate chairman’s statement as a political issue.

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