Kathmandu, Jan. 31: Prime Minister and Nepali Congress President Sher Bahadur Deuba has directed the party leaders and cadres to move ahead together.
During the meeting with Nepali Congress District working Committee, Dhankuta, today, Prime Minister Deuba all leaders and cadres should help make the party strong at a time when it has become weak.
Office-bearers and members of Nepali Congress, Dhankuta, had tender resignation from their posts after being unsatisfied from government's decision of not declaring Dhankuta as temporary capital of province 1.
He also urged them to withdraw their resignation to carry out activities in favour of the party and Dhankuta.
PM Deuba also said that he felt sad when declaring other place as the temporary capital of province no 1 instead of Dhankuta to forge political consensus, said Secretary of NC, Dhankuta, Bijay Santoshi Rai quoting PM Deuba.
On the occasion, NC, Dhankut, President Agni Prasad Poudel, outgoing President Manohar Narayan Shrestha, among others stressed that the NC should take initiative to make Dhankuta as permanent capital. RSS
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