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Alliance to move ahead according to consensus: NC leader Singh

2023 Nov 10, 14:25,

 Nepali Congress (NC) leader Prakash Man Singh assured that the current ruling coalition, formed to safeguard the constitution, would move forward according to the agreement among the coalition partners.

At a program organized at Shobha Bhagawati in Kathmandu to commemorate the 109th birth anniversary of late leader Ganeshman Singh, also known as Iron Man, leader Singh said that the country was progressing as per the agreement among the coalition partners.

Singh further asserted, "The foundation of the alliance is strong. Everyone knows why this alliance is needed. The current coalition was formed due to the unconstitutional dissolution of parliament."

Furthermore, the leader observed, "The current coalition was formed since the constitution promulgated under the leadership of the Nepali Congress was under attack."

Recalling the annulment of the dissolution of parliament by the Supreme Court after achieving the majority in the then parliament due to the current coalition, he admitted that the incumbent government was running as per the agreement of the alliance formed during the last parliamentary election.

He pointed out the need for all the political parties to be active to strengthen the federal democratic republican system established by the struggle of the people.

The Nepali Congress leader emphasized coordination among the three-tier government to make public service delivery more effective. "It is imperative to coordinate efforts among the three-tier government through the implementation of the Federal Democratic Republic.

On the occasion, leader Singh, also the son of late leader Singh, as well as the NC cadres garlanded the statue of late Singh.


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