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No party can compete with UML: Chairman KP Oli


26 March 2022  

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KATHMANDU: CPN-UML Chairman KP Oli has claimed that no party can compete with his party in the forth coming election.

At a convention of the Kathmandu-based Special District Committee of the UML’s entrepreneurs wing on Saturday, Chairman Oli termed the opposition parties as ‘those with no capacity’ and said that the rival parties were terrified as they could not compete UML.

He also accused the non-UML parties of having no agenda. He criticized other parties for only exposing the UML due to lack of agenda.

“The coalition parties have no agenda to counter UML,” the UML Chair said, adding, “As they are sans constructive agenda they are preparing just to criticize us.”

He said that the Prime Minister and Nepali Congress President Sher Bahadur Deuba was scared of UML.

UML Chair Oli alleged that Prime Minister Deuba was nervous at the UML’s increasing strength.

He claimed that UML was sure to bag victory even if all other parties formed alliance against it as more than 50 percent of the people are in favor of UML.

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