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Incumbent govt will complete its full term: CPN (MC) Chair Dahal

2021 Oct 09, 17:42, Chitwan
Pushpa Kamal Dahal addressing the mass meeting organised by the Dahal-Nepal faction of Nepal Communist Party (NCP) in Kathmandu, on Wednesday, February 10, 2021. Photo: RSS

Chairperson of the CPN (Maoist Centre), Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' has said that the election would be held only on its scheduled date.

Inaugurating the 30th general assembly and 16th convention of the Chitwan chapter of Chamber of Commerce and Industry today, Chair Dahal made it clear that the incumbent government would complete its full term.

He shared, "The government has got a full shape yesterday. People had cast doubt that an accident might take place before the government gets its full shape. However, it has escaped any possible accident from yesterday onward."

The former Prime Minister Dahal urged one and all to be confident that no election would take place before the scheduled date.

Saying rapid economic development should be carried out by maintaining good collaboration among private, public, and cooperative sectors, Chair Dahal stressed that agriculture is the foundation of the economic development of the country.

He opined that only agriculture-based enterprises would help replace imports and promote export.

The CPN (Maoist Centre) Chairperson said that he arrived here to ensure to provide a budget amounting to Rs 50 million for the exhibition center constructed by the Chitwan Chamber of Commerce and Industry.


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