Left alliance isn’t authoritarian, says Dahal


Dec 14, 2017-

CPN (Maoist Centre) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal has lashed out at the leaders who say left alliance is authoritarian and autocratic.

“I don’t want to say anything to those friends who spread rumor and wrong publicity,” Chairman Dahal said, adding, “This thing will be proved wrong in the near future.”

“We will not move ahead against the sentiment of federal democratic republic constitution and we will lead the nation in line with the constitution,” he further said. 

At a programme organised by Chitwan chapter of Federation of Nepali Journalists here on Thursday to congratulate newly elected members to the House of Representatives and Provincial Assemblies, the Maoist supremo said, “It was wrongly publicised that the country will head towards uncertainty after the victory of left alliance. It has already been proved that left alliance is the first Democratic Party in the history of Nepal.”

He claimed that the left alliance is the supporter of people.

Leader Dahal said that he was well aware about the journalists’ wish of establishing Mass Communication Foundation in Chitwan, adding he would take initiatives from the side of left alliance and government for the same. Dahal was elected as a member of the House of Representatives from Chitwan-3.

He further said that the left alliance was formed with key agenda of political stability, economic development and prosperity in the country and the huge mandate implies that the people supported the agenda.

The former Prime Minister said that the corruption is thriving in the country like a long-term disease. “The corruption should be controlled,” he said. “We will make the country prosperous,” he claimed.

Moreover, leader Dahal said that the left alliance would work as per the aspirations of people and the commitment they made during the election campaign.

Published: 14-12-2017 13:39

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