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Four fringe left parties discuss unification


10 February 2023  

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KATHMANDU: Four fringe communist parties have initiated discussions for unification.

Nepal Communist Party led by Nekra Bikram Chand ‘Biplav’; Baigyanik Samajwadi Party led by Bishwa Bhakta Dulal “Ahuti”; Nepal Communist Party led by Rishi Kattel and CPN Maoist Samajwadi led by Karnajit Budhathoki discussed on unification among them on Friday.

After the meeting held at the central office of Biplav-led Nepal Communist Party in Buddhanagar, the leaders issued a statement informing that a meeting of four parties will be held on February 27 for unification.

Publish Date : 10 February 2023 17:18 PM

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