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Govt working to drive nation towards prosperity: PM Dahal

24 October 2023  

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KATHMANDU: Prime Minister (PM) Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has stated that the government is actively working to drive the nation towards a path of prosperity and bring positive changes in people’s lives through the institutionalization of good governance and social justice.

Extending his best wishes on the occasion of the Bijaya Dashami festival today, the Prime Minister emphasized that public support for all the government’s efforts is crucial for building a prosperous Nepal.

He stressed the need for collective and positive thinking to make strides towards a better nation.

As the Prime Minister emphasized, overcoming the current economic pressures, traditional development approaches, and structural obstacles to progress requires dedicated efforts focused on the nation, nationality, and the people.

In the message, he stated that actions with dedication are necessary to realize the long-cherished dream of good governance, social justice, and prosperity.

The head of the government highlighted the importance of a positive and creative approach to dispel superstitions and ‘aristocratic’ beliefs associated with traditional festivals while preserving their positive elements and fundamental values.

On the occasion of the Bijaya Dashami festival, the head of the government extended his wishes for happiness, peace, good health, long life, prosperity, and continuous progress to all Nepali sisters and brothers, both at home and abroad.

Publish Date : 24 October 2023 07:06 AM

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