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Four fringe communist parties including Biplav led NCP declare United Front


11 February 2021  

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KATHMANDU: Four fringe communist parties on Thursday announced a struggle program after a joint meeting.

The Nepal Communist Party led by Netra Bikram Chand alias Biplav, the Nepal Communist Party (Revolutionary Maoist) led by Mohan Baidya, Nepal Communist Party led by Rishi Ram Kattel and the Scientific Socialist Communist Party led by Bishwabhakta Dulal (Ahuti) have formed a front.

The objective of the joint front between the parties is to establish a people’s republic and the scientific socialist system by ending the ‘reactionary parliamentary system’ and state power, they said in a joint statement.

The names of 12 people including CP Gajurel, Rishi Ram Kattel, Jagrat Rayamajhi, and Dhan Kumari Sunar have been made public in the Central Committee.

The parties have also decided the programs of the first phase of the struggle.

They have stated in a statement that they will hold rallies in Butwal on February 18, Dhangadhi on February 26, and Itahari on March 2 and will make public the programs of the second phase of the struggle after the first phase.

Publish Date : 11 February 2021 19:06 PM

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