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Ruling coalition will remain intact for five years: PM Dahal


26 June 2023  

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KATHMANDU: Prime Minister (PM) Pushpa Kamal Dahal “Prachanda” has asserted that the current coalition will remain intact for a period of five years.

Inaugurating the Adarsha Multiple Campus building in Gajuri, Dhading on Monday, PM Dahal said, “Currently, there is ongoing media speculation regarding the longevity of the current government. However, it is important to note that this alliance is determined to bring significant progress and development to the country over the next five years.”

PM Dahal added that the country is poised to enter an era of growth and advancement under the capable leadership of the current ruling coalition.

Recalling his visit to India, Prime Minister Dahal expressed his belief that despite his significant achievements as the leader of the nation, he faced unwarranted opposition from individuals harboring negative tendencies.

He noted that such individuals were unable to tolerate the positive progress he had accomplished for the country.

While emphasizing his commitment to serving the country and its people, Prime Minister Dahal expressed his belief that ultimately, it is the people who will determine the impact of his actions.

Publish Date : 26 June 2023 17:51 PM

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