Unity between former Maoist forces being worked out: PM Dahal

Dainik Nepal Jul 01, 2023 | 12:37

Kaski: Prime Minister and Chairperson of CPN (Maoist Centre) Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has said that discussions are going on between former Maoist forces and concrete steps would be taken for a unity.

In an interaction with central members and Gandaki province office-bearers of the party in Pokhara this morning, he said that when the Maoist forces are weak the agenda of change also weakens hence unity has been initiated. “The country can move forward in the right direction only when we are strong and united. Therefore, it is our responsibility to protect the agenda of change”, the Prime Minister said.

Prime Minister Dahal stressed that the people have a lot of hope and trust in the present Maoist-led government. “When I took the leadership of the government this time I thought for change and an environment to make the party better.”

Stating that a new leap is necessary for building the nation, the Prime Minister said the present government is firm on this and is working on social justice, good governance and prosperity. “All the leaders and cadres of our party should resolve to work together for the prosperity of the country,” he said.

He also said that the recently formed Samajwadi Front will work to build the foundation of socialism. “A discussion is also taking place among the former Maoists. The basis of party unity is being rebuilt. We will take concrete initiatives for party unity.”


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