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UCPN-Maoist refutes charges of collecting forceful donations


KATHMANDU: UCPN-Maoist has refuted the charges that the party has launched extortion campaign in different parts of the country. Issuing a press statement on Monday, spokesperson of the party Agni Prasad Sapkota informed that the charges were baseless and that the party has not asked anyone for donation forcibly.

“Instead, the party and party leadership is focused on creating atmosphere conducive for the Constituent Assembly (CA) election”, reads the statement. The party also urged one and all to not believe on such fake charges intended at disturbing the election.

The party further said that such fake rumors spread when the political parties were busy in serious talks for announcing the election date would foil the political as well as election atmosphere.

It is learnt that the party and its student wing collected forceful donations taking into consideration elections of the constituent assembly. It is learnt that the party has spent hundreds of thousand rupees for admitting fake students in different colleges for winning the election of the FSU. The election has been postponed following differences among the student wings of different political parties over the fake students taking into consideration the FSU election.

The donation drive launched by different political parties has created panic in the business community. UCPN-Maoist and the breakaway faction have been creating panic to the entrepreneurs by demanding hefty sum of donations.

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