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Citizens problem to be addressed from the Center

2022 Mar 03, 16:41, Kathmandu
Nepali Congress leader Prakashman Singh addressing a programme organised to protest the dissolution of the House of Representatives, in New Baneshwor, Kathmandu on Saturday, January 9, 2021. Photo: RSS

Nepali Congress leader Prakash Man Singh has said that all parties should work with the nation and the people at the center once the MCC has been approved by the federal parliament.

 At the 50th meeting of the Kathmandu District Working Committee of the Nepali Congress organized in Dhulikhel of Kavrepalanchok today, he said that there was no difference of opinion within the Congress like in other parties.

 He said that there was no alternative for all the parties to move ahead by creating an atmosphere of national consensus in the interest of the nation and the people by keeping the nation and the people at the center as per the wishes of the general Nepali people.

 He mentioned that the Nepali Congress had promulgated the constitution by consensus and the MCC had approved it by the parliament with the consent of all.

 Leader Singh also mentioned that the opposition party CPN (UML) should conduct responsible politics on the basis of understanding. Leader Singh said that the development work should be focused on the national consensus by taking grants from the donor countries for the work that would benefit the nation.

 He also said that it was the responsibility of the government to conduct the election in a fair and fraud-free manner as the date of the election has been fixed.

 Leaders including General Secretary of the Nepali Congress Bagmati Pradesh Committee Kanchan Chandra Badel are present at the district working committee meeting being held under the chairmanship of Kathmandu District President Krishna Bania. The meeting will focus on mobilizing the organization for the upcoming election and clarifying its views on issues of national politics.


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