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PM Prachanda urges political parties to follow course of socialism


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2024 Apr 23, 9:09,

PM Prachanda urges political parties to follow course of socialism


 Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' has urged all the political parties to together find a path towards socialism as per the spirit of the Constitution.

Addressing a programme organised to mark the Diamond Jubilee of the establishment of the Communist Party of Nepal in Godavari of Lalitpur on Monday, the Prime Minister insisted on the need for political cooperation to find the nation's development and to serve the best interests of citizens.

"Our political accomplishments so far were possible due to a political understanding and unity. But, an erosion in such understanding has made us weaker," he said, wishing that the celebration of the Day may inspire all the political parties at home to mark the day for starting a fresh understanding and consensus.

Stating that Communist parties representing various streams, the Nepali Congress and other political parties had contributed significantly to the establishment of a federal democratic republic system, the Chair of the major ruling CPN (Maoist Centre) said an atmosphere featuring high political cooperation and understanding is vital to institutionalise these achievements.

He claimed that attempts are underway to undermine the federal republic founded on the principles of proportional representation and inclusion. He called on all political parties to get engaged in collaborative efforts aiming to strengthen democracy, advancing towards social justice and prosperity.

The PM urged political parties to recognise mutual existence and contributions and commit to serving the cause of the nation and its citizens. He also wanted political parties to make corrections of weaknesses within themselves.

"Let's review our good works and reflect on our weaknesses. Let's have a resolution to cultivate an advanced thought ahead and serve the nation with dedication," he said. 


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