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Trend of changing party for holding position ongoing; MJF-D leader Rawal joins NC


KATHMANDU: As the government is trying to garner support for holding the elections of the constituent assembly, there is a growing trend of leaders of different political parties to garner their position in the elections of the constituent assembly.

Though they have been saying that they joined the new party as the party is only following the right track, the portfolio is the major factor for them. In a series of shifting political parties to garner their position at the constituent assembly and at the political party, Central member of the Madhesi Janadhikar Forum Democratic (MJF-D), Tilak Rawal, also the former governor and economist, has joined the Nepali Congress.

Other MJF-D leaders and cadres have also joined the NC along with Rawal. Nepali Congress President Sushil Koirala welcomed them in the party amidst a function organized at his residence.

On the occasion, Koirala said that rights of the people of all sectors, classes and all walks of life would be secure in democracy and added that there would be respect of all in NC as a democratic party. The NC President also assured of giving rightful responsibility to those who joined NC.

Similarly, Rawal said that he was never far from NC and added that he did not want any harm of NC even if he was not in NC due to various reasons. Rawal said he joined the NC without putting forth any precondition, but expressed the view that his position should be honorable in the party. Rawal, who became lawmaker from MJF, joined MJF Democratic for the sake of garnering position in the party and the government. He publicly expressed his anger after he was not offered any ministerial position in the former government led by Dr. Baburam Bhattarai. He is learnt to have joined NC after there was possibility that he could not get seat in the upcoming elections of the constituent assembly.

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