Election proves youths' attraction in politics: Chair Oli

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By Bishnu Prasad Pokharel, Damak, Nov.25:  CPN (UML) chair KP Sharma Oli has observed that the recent election has drawn youths' attraction to politics. 

While visiting his homeland Damak to celebrate his win from Jhapa-5, chair Oli said that there is an attraction to politics among youths rather than disdain, which is clearly shown by the recent election.

Oli said, "There was an impression that the attraction of youths in politics and election has ended, but, seeing the young contender in the recent election, it shows that youths of Nepal are very much engaged and interested in politics."

Saying that national politics should not be taken as a game, chair Oli said that there is a need for an election to make politics democratic. 

Oli said that even a single vote carries gravity; therefore, the vote should be cast in a thoughtful manner. 

There is a need to review whether the needs and demands of the public are met or not, or if the political parties have failed to explain themselves to the public. 

He said that now efforts should be made to make a coalition government. 


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