All communists should be united with NCP: Chairman Dahal

07/05/2019

Kathmandu, July 5: Chairman of Nepal Communist Party (NCP) Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' has said all communists in the country should be united with the ruling NCP so that the communist movement would be successful. At a programme organized to welcome the new entrants at party central office Dhumbrabarahi today, Chairman Dahal urged all communist leaders including Mohan Bikram Singh and Narayan Man Bijukchhe 'Rohit' to get unified with the NCP. He further said he was ready to show the respect they diverse. "The party unification has given a message that anyone irrespective of political parties and position ultimately join the unification bid because of the same schooling. I kindly urge all communist leaders to join the NCP as far as possible," Chairman Dahal reiterated. He expressed that he was however at unease how he could persuade veteran communist leaders as Mohan Bikram Singh, Chitra Bahadur KC who indoctrinated him and honour them. The Chairman further said, "NCP is not reluctant to create atmosphere for senior communist leaders to express their views frankly how they could be honoured," he stressed. According to him, Chairperson of Nepal Workers and Peasants Party, Narayan Man Bijukchhe, should join NCP as he is also one of streams. He however expressed apprehension how he could convince senior leader Mohan Baidya in this bid. Moreover, Chairman Dahal urged Netra Bikram Chand ‘Biplab’ led group to work for social justice and prosperity at a time when there was majority government of communist party. Saying Dr Baburam Bhattarai’s intelligence could not give any positive result irrespective of political parties, the NCP Chairman urged him to join his party. “Bhattarai’s intellect carries meaning only after connecting himself with the communist movement. He had very important role when he was in communist party.” Dahal argued that one of the factors has been hatching conspiracy to foil peace process though Nepal’s peace process was successful endeavour in the world. RSS

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