Kathmandu, Feb. 24: Nepali Congress Spokesperson Bishwa Prakash Sharma has said that his party would stay in opposition for five years.
Speaking in a programme on 'role of press' in federalism in the capital city Saturday, leader Sharma shared that NC would be united for the reforms in democracy, and implementation of federalism and constitution.
Spokesperson Sharma added that the party leaders from centre to local levels will work hard for the reform in the party as well.
On the occasion, he felicitated Gorkhapatra Corporation General Manager Basanta Prakash Sharma, Nepal Television board member Govinda Dhital and Chairman of Minimum Wages Fixing Committee Gangadhar Parajuli.
Similarly, Nepal Press Union Chair Badri Sigdel said that no one can forget the role of press in each democratic movement in the country. RSS
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