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NC President Deuba calls for embracing prosperity through good governance

13 April 2024  

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KATHMANDU: Nepali Congress President Sher Bahadur Deuba has emphasized the need to shift focus towards prosperity and economic development through the lens of good governance.

In his message extending best wishes on the occasion of New Year 2081BS today, President Deuba conveyed his hopes for peace, prosperity, and happiness to all Nepalis.

He underscored the importance of renewed political commitment and accountability to propel the nation forward.

President Deuba advocated for political and national unity, emphasizing the necessity for parties to transcend their individual interests.

Additionally, he urged leveraging new opportunities to address national challenges collectively, thereby safeguarding the historic achievements attained through prolonged struggle and sacrifice.

Expressing his optimism, Deuba stated his belief that the New Year would inspire all Nepalis to foster harmony and actively contribute towards strengthening the federal democratic republic.

He envisioned a future where the country flourishes socio-culturally and economically, guided by principles of unity and progress.

Publish Date : 13 April 2024 14:41 PM

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