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UML will remain proactive for prosperous Nepal, Oli says

KATHMANDU:- CPN (UML) Chairman KP Sharma Oli has said that his party will have the same responsibility to fulfill regarding a prosperous Nepal and national sovereignty.

Addressing a programme organised by Kathmandu district committee of CPN (UML) on Thursday, Oli said that his government collapsed due to some selfish leaders from with the party but added that his party will reclaim the government leadership after winning the upcoming elections.
“People will not trust to those who rush to join the opposition camp by toppling own party’s government. UML is intact. I urge the cadres who abandoned the UML to rejoin the main party,” Oli added.

On the occasion, Oli accused the government of creating budget shutdown in the country.

Also speaking at the programme, CPN (UML) vice-chairperson and Chief Minister of Bagmati Province Astha Laxmi Shakya said that the party should go to the people by reviewing the performance of the UML-led government.
Party’s general secretary Ishwar Pokharel said that the 10-point agreement would be implemented in a more constructive fashion in the party.
Similarly, UML leader Ram Bahadur Thapa argued that the UML was the mainstream of the communist movement in the country and its leadership would advance the country towards socialism.

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