Friday, 24 September, 2021

Government not committed to change agendas: NC leader Thapa

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By A Staff Reporter
Kathmandu, Sept. 21: Nepali Congress leader Gagan Thapa on Saturday accused that incumbent communist government of not committed over change agendas.
Speaking at second phase national awareness campaign programme of the party organised by NC Kathmandu Metropolitan City ward Number-3 he said it was democrat’s duty to guard the change agenda.
He accused the communist government of trying to establish more autocratic regime then autocratic King referring their two third majorities.
Former Minister Romi Gauchan Thakali also accused the government of trying to impose autocratic system by controlling the Army, Police and Civil servants.
He said the government was giving trouble to army, police and civil servants who are differ from communist ideology.
Thakali warned the NC would not keep mum if the government does not stop such act.
He said the ongoing awareness campaign brought enthusiasm over party workers and claimed no one can defeat to the NC if party forwards forgiving internal disputes.
Former Minister Thakali said people were not satisfied with present government.