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Violent revolution not possible: Prime Minister Oli


LAHAN:- Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has said that violent revolution is not possible in the country.
Addressing the 17th memorial assembly of martyr Hem Narayan Yadav organised at Lahan on Monday, Prime Minister Oli suggested to not launch violent revolution as it is not possible in the country. On the occasion, he garlanded the statue of Hem Narayan Yadav at Lahan. On a different note, PM Oli said, “People are arguing that the dissolution of House of Representatives is unconstitutional. But the HoR dissolution is constitutional. So the HoR will not be reinstated.” He further said that a new government would be formed through a fresh mandate. Prime Minister Oli shared, “Those trying to push the country towards instability and spreading illusion among people are saying the HoR dissolution is unconstitutional. It is not unconstitutional as they are saying. It is constitutional.”
Oli argued that the country would now not move backward, adding that the election would be held on the slated dateline. Chairperson of Nepal Communist Party, Oli directed the party cadres to go to villages against the conspiracy hatched against the people. He expressed the view that the incumbent government would fulfill the people’s dream of prosperity. The PM said, “Our attention is focused on prosperity, development and good governance. So we are moving ahead with a plan of making the country prosperous by ending poverty and unemployment. This government will fulfill your dreams.”
Saying the government has been moving ahead with determination to end poverty and unemployment, he shared that programmes like Prime Minister Employment Programme, youth self-employment would be launched as well as self-employment officer would be appointed in every local level to make youths self-employed. Prime Minister Oli added that homework has been forwarded for the construction of Nijgadh international airport, east-west railway, fast track and industrial village, protection and development of religious sites and establishment of medical college and university in Province 2. Similarly, Minister for Energy, Water Resources and Irrigation, Top Bahadur Rayamajhi, said that the prime minister has saved the country from instability by taking the decision of going for a fresh mandate.

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