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NC to stay in opposition till next election: General Secretary Thapa

2024 Jun 08, 14:03,

General Secretary of the Nepali Congress, Gagan Kumar Thapa, has said his party would stay in opposition till next election in 2084BS. NC continues vibrant opposition in parliament, he added.

General Secretary Thapa was saying it during an interaction on 'NC's role in present politics' organized by ward committee of NC Kathmandu Metropolis-3 today.

Although the five-party alliance was formed during 2079 general election, it was broken due to changing circumstances. The NC now consolidates its party organization, remaining in opposition. Rebuilding party for three years is urgency, according to him.

"NC does not want to involve in making and breaking coalition any more. People's need and aspiration are its priorities," reminded, arguing that the court and constitutional commissions can not be misused with undue influence of government and power.

NC would take initiatives to bring the national economy to normalcy. He observed that although NC got victorious at 332 local levels and some of them performed well, publicity and visibility is awaited.

He urged party leaders and cadres to reach people's doorsteps and discuss the coming work plans. The next meeting of the party would make decision on sister wings, Thapa informed.

Another leader and lawmaker Pradip Paudel said people had become aware, so party needs to formulate strategy accordingly. "Public relations count much to make organization robust. So, people's needs must be addressed and moved ahead," he suggested the leadership.

He further said NC was raising the issue of Giribandhu Tea Estate after the court issued verdict on it. This issue must be raised vociferously like that the case of cooperative fraud, Paudel argued.

Moreover, Bagmati Province member of the party, Ramesh Kumar Khadka, viewed party organization's strengthening is imperative to secure major victory next time.

Vice Chairman of party in Kathmandu district, Gokarna KC, said people could be informed about party's good works. 

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