NCP Chair Dahal pledges to establish socialism in country

09/07/2019

Kathmandu, Sept 7: Nepal Communist Party Chairperson Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' on Saturday expressed his commitment for establishing socialism in the country. "New chapter of socialism will begin in the country. We will establish its new model at any cost," he said. He however said they were in a state of flux about what modality of socialism would be in place. Urging party leaders and cadres not to get misperceived that the government with people's greater mandate could not deliver, he said the government would work to live up to the expectations of the people. He was launching a book entitled 'economic political development of capitalism and socialism' by NCP leader DP Dhakal amid a function here. Saying the coming decade is the time of socialism, the former Prime Minister also stressed the need for robust unity and cooperation to make this a success. He also urged party leaders and cadres to take along Nepali people on the path to socialism. Likewise, Minister for Energy, Water Resource and Irrigation, Barshman Pun underscored the need for help of all to develop a concept of original socialism in the country. NCP Standing Committee member Ghana Shyam Bhusal viewed the people are in confusion whether or not to embrace characteristics of capitalist maneuvering and that of socialism. RSS

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