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PM Oli and NCP Chair Prachanda address 26th Madan-Ashrit memorial day

Radio Nepal 17 May, 2019 8:24 pm

Kathmandu, May 17: PM KP Sharma Oli has said that with the implementation of the fundamental rights enshrined in the constitution absolute poverty in the country will be abolished.

Addressing 26th memorial day of Late leader Mandan Bhandari and Jeeva Raj Ashrit in Madan Nagar Balkhu today, PM Oli said that absolute poverty in Nepal will be eradicated soon.

Addressing the party cadres on the occasion, the PM who is also the Nepal Communist Party Chair said there have been attempts to spread rumor against the government thus all should be vigilant about it.

He also clarified that in course of presenting the government progamme and policies in the parliament’s joint session ‘My government’ was used with much consideration following the international practices.

Also addressing the programme, Nepal Communist Party Chair Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda said that the party will be working to implement socialism with social justice through collaboration with private, cooperative and public sectors.

Chairman Prachanda also stressed on the need of head toward socialism based on ground realities.

Chairman Prachanda also said that the ideology of the party should change as per the changed context and should be utilized for the wellbeing of the country and people. Thus the ideology propounded by late leader Bhandari also should be developed as per the time.

Today, amidst a grand programme orgainzed at Balkhu, party cadres and leaders also paid tribute to popular people’s leader late Bhandari and Ashrit.

Meanwhile, Ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) has given a final touch to its longstanding efforts to unify its various sister organisations one year after the unification of the then CPN-UML and the CPN (Maoist Centre).

Coinciding the first anniversary of the party unification and the 26th memorial day of leaders Madan Bhandari and Jibraj Ashrit The name-list of the leadership of the 21 unified sister organisations was made public.

NCP general secretary Bishnu Poudel read out the name-list of sister organization leaders as per the decision of the party’s central secretariat meeting.

 

 

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