Top leaders extend best wishes on UML’s general convention – The Himalayan Times – Nepal’s No.1 English Daily Newspaper

Top leaders extend best wishes on UML's general convention - The Himalayan Times - Nepal's No.1 English Daily Newspaper

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CHITWAN, NOVEMBER 26

Top leaders of various parties have extended best wishes on the occasion of the 10th National General Convention of the CPN-UML that kicked off on the banks of the Narayan River today.

Extending his best wishes, CPN-Maoist Centre leader Leelamani Pokhrel stressed the need of unity among the communist parties in the country. He said, “There should be no differing views among communists in regard with the matters of national interest and development.”

As he explained, unification, struggle and cooperation are continued processes in the political sphere and the cooperation among the communist parties is essential despite differing views and mutual bitterness.

Janata Samajbadi Party-Party Chair Upendra Yadav was of the opinion that the constitution should be more inclusive and federalism should be implemented effectively to further strengthen the federal democratic republic.

Loktantrik Samajbadi Party-Nepal Chair Mahantha Thakur thanked UML Chair Oli for what he said latter’s maximum efforts to address issues concerning the Madhes movement. As he argued, Oli lived up to promises made in course of the Madhes movement.

Rastriya Janamorcha Chair Chitra Bahadur KC said he saw no alternative to unity among the communist parties.

Only unity among the communists could serve the interests of the nation and the people. Rastriya Prajatantra Party Chair Kamal Thapa claimed UML Chair Oli made his presence feel in favour of the nation and people.

“He is credited for institutionalising a revised political map of Nepal incorporating areas like Lipulek and Limpiyadhura.”

He further said that the Oli-led government was successful in bringing the Madhes-based separatist force and the rebelling Biplav group to the mainstream politics.


A version of this article appears in the print on November 27, 2021, of The Himalayan Times.

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