Party unification based on equality: chair Dahal


Kathmandu, May 7: CPN (Maoist Centre) chair Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' has said that the party unification between his party and CPN (UML) will take place keeping equality notion at the centre.
In an interaction organized by the party's sister wing Young Communist League (YCL), chair Dahal reiterated that the merger will be undertaken being based on equality..
He added that the unification process will be done giving due respect to party's leaders and cadres.
Chair Dahal, also the former Prime Minister, urged the youths to unite for completing remaining tasks of socialist revolution.
He further said the youths should be given priority at policy level otherwise the country will face crisis.
In this light, his party has prioritized the youths while selecting the ministers from the party, he shared.
Similarly, leader Narayan Kaji Shrestha said that the role of youth was important in developing new and critical thoughts.
Leader Ram Bahadur Thapa, also Home Minister urged the youths to support the government's mission of ending syndicates persisting in almost all sectors of the country.

YCL chair Ram Prasad Sapkota shared that the interaction was organized with an objective of mobilizing youths in the mission of propelling prosperity and creating discourse in the latest development of two party merger process. RSS

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