Dented economy demands drive: Chair Nepal


Lekhnath (Kaski), June 12: Chairman of CPN (Unified Socialist), Madhav Kumar Nepal, has said the national economy which is dented for some years demands a drive. For it to happen, contribution from various sides is imperative, he added.

Addressing a press meet organized by the Kaski chapter of Socialist Press Organization Nepal in Pokhara today, the former prime minister said, "Stability and credibility of loktantra hinges on a robust economy which is linked to political stability, change and good governance." He also warned against the forces against Loktantra, so it is time to make economy vibrant.

He further said the prime minister could make the economy stronger by taking suggestions from the former prime ministers and consulting economic experts. "Government must identify the problems in politics and assure change to people," he underlined.

The regressive forces deserve defeat, as they are still rearing heads.

On a different note, he made it clear that his party was forging collaboration for democratic values. He was not insisting on becoming the prime minister.

According to him, a 27-member draft committee was formed for the preparation of party's general convention, which is being taken place in the first week of Asar. 

The general convention will discuss political and organizational agendas in addition to socialism and party statute. 

Chairman Nepal further clarified that CPN (Unified Socialist) would not split as rumored. (RSS)

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