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NC will now focus on organization building: Leader Sharma


01 January 2023  

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JHAPA: Nepali Congress (NC) General Secretary Bishwo Prakash Sharma said the NC would concentrate its efforts on expanding the party organization from now onwards.

He said the NC would focus on building and consolidating its organizational base to form the government after five years.

Though the coalition was made with the parties, including Maoist Centre amidst criticism, NC could not retain its existence, Sharma admitted.

Sharma, also the House of Representatives (HoR) member from Jhapa constituency-1, urged the party cadres not to lose patience for not being able to ascend to power.

Terming the change in the political equation an expected incident, he said there was the history that the first people-elected Prime Minster BP Koirala was also abducted from power.

“NC which remained vibrant even when the multi-party system collapsed in the past would not be disappointed while keeping away from power”, he added.

The general-secretary also assured the cadres that the party would make a rigorous review of the breakdown of the NC-led coalition after the parliamentary election.

He expressed his belief that the party would move ahead with unity in the coming days.

Publish Date : 01 January 2023 07:16 AM

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