Hetauda, Dec. 31: Province 3 Chief Minister Dormani Poudel has said the National Reconciliation Policy with which Nepali Congress leader BP Koirala returned home four decades ago putting his life at risk from India for the safeguarding of national independence and restoration of democracy was proved meaningful to strengthen democracy at present.
In his address to a programme organised by the Nepali Congress Makwanpur to mark the 42nd National Unity and Reconciliation Day today, the Chief Minister said budget (from the province government) had been already released to all districts and a team of technicians had been mobilised to make all the districts in province self-sufficient through economic prosperity in cooperation with the Nepali Congress.
BP Koirala returned home with the concept of National Reconciliation Policy from his self-exile in India on December 30, 1976.
On the occasion, State Assembly (Province 3) opposition party (Nepali Congress) leader Indra Bahadur Baniya said the country got the historic constitution under the NC leadership.
He was of the view that all political parties should unite to protect the nation's sovereignty and democracy through the National Reconciliation Policy propounded by BP Koirala.
Chiefs of several government offices, Makwanpur's Chief District Officer Asman Tamang, Superintendent of Police Buddhi Bahadur Gurung, various political leaders, media persons and NC leaders were also present on the occasion. RSS
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