Left alliance isn’t authoritarian, says Maoist chief
Says the incoming government would make the country prosperous by curbing corruption
Dec 15, 2017-CPN (Maoist Centre) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal has lashed out at those who call the left alliance to be “authoritarian” and “autocratic”.
“I don’t want to say anything to those friends who spread rumours and negative publicity,” said Dahal, adding that they would be proved wrong in the near future.“We won’t go against the spirit of the federal democratic republican constitution but will lead the nation according to the charter,” Dahal said.
At a programme organised by the Chitwan chapter of the Federation of Nepali Journalists here on Thursday to congratulate newly elected members of the House of Representatives and the Provincial Assembly, the Maoist supremo said, “It was wrongly publicised that the country will head towards uncertainty after the victory of the left alliance.”
Dahal was elected to the federal parliament from Chitwan-3. He reiterated that the left alliance was formed with the key promise of political stability, economic development and prosperity in the country and the popular mandate meant people supported the agenda.
The former prime minister said corruption remained in the country as a chronic
disease. The government of the CPN-UML and the Maoists would make the country
prosperous by controlling corruption.
Published: 15-12-2017 08:24