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NC CWC members pile pressure on President Deuba to contest polls without alliance

NC holding CWC meeting even today

27 March 2022  

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KATHMANDU: The majority of Central Working Committee (CWC) members of ruling Nepali Congress (NC) have voiced in favor of contesting the upcoming local level elections without forming an alliance.

The voice in favor of contesting the local level elections alone was raised in the CWC meeting on Saturday at a time when party President Sher Bahadur Deuba was stressing the need to form an alliance in all the local, provincial and federal elections.

The NC is holding the CWC meeting targeting the upcoming local level elections slated for May 13 since Friday. The meeting is taking place even today, NC Spokesperson Dr. Prakash Sharan Mahat said.

The main agenda items of the NC’s CWC meeting are to form the parliamentary committees to elect candidates for the local level elections and review an ongoing one-month-long door-to-door election campaign to win the favor of voters.

Presidents of all the seven provinces of the NC have already put forth their views on whether to form an electoral alliance in the upcoming local level elections.

Publish Date : 27 March 2022 07:07 AM

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