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UCPN-Maoist distributes responsibilities to party leaders targeting November poll


KATHMANDU: The UCPN-Maoist, which has been facing intra-party rift for dividing responsibilities to the leaders, has finally formed its central office, comprising of former officer bearers of the party. Monday’s Central Committee meeting of the party set up the central office to make it easier to make crucial decisions at any time.

According to the decision, the party has given the responsibility of Madhes in-charge to Ram Chandra Jha, while former Madhes in-charge Haribol Gajurel has been moved to production and cooperative bureau. Likewise, the party has appointed Barsa Man Pun as eastern bureau in-charge, Krishna Bahadur Mahara as central bureau in-charge, Top Bahadur Rayamajhi as western bureau in-charge and Shakti Basnet as far-western bureau in-charge. The party has appointed leader Dina Nath Sharma as head of party international bureau, while Nandi Kishor Pun is the new youth in-charge and Janardan Sharma is special bureau in-charge.

The meeting also promoted all the coordinators of the state committees to the bureau in-charges, and inducted 14 new state committee coordinators.

Moreover, the party has decided to launch the second round of public relation campaign from September 3 to 26 for the upcoming elections. Encouraged from the first phase of campaign of the party the party has decided to launch second round of campaign targeting the relatively weak areas. In its first round of campaign the party came to the conclusion that the party still has support of general public.

The party has also alarmed the government not to arrest its cadres in order to break the hunger strike of Nanda Prasad Adhikari and his wife, parents of Krishna Prasad Adhikari who was allegedly killed at the hands of then underground Maoists in 2004.

The party has been mulling to form electoral alliance with other political parties to garner majority in the second constituent assembly to ensure drafting of the new constitution.

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