One-party communist system not acceptable: PM Deuba

11/27/2017

Damak, Nov. 27: Nepali Congress President and Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has said that the one-party communist totalitarianism would not be acceptable in the country.
Addressing an election assembly at Gauradaha bazaar on Monday, NC President Deuba blamed the CPN (UML) and CPN (Maoist Centre) for pushing the country towards disintegration by forming the left alliance with an objective of bringing down the democracy and constitution.
He said, "The left alliance is unnatural. It will push the country towards more instability", while expressing the belief that the people would make the democratic parties victorious as the country cannot get prosperity without democracy.
Similarly, NC senior leader Ram Chandra Poudel argued that the left alliance has no meaning, adding, "People do not choose totalitarianism. They will defeat it through elections."
Likewise, NC central committee member Bhishma Raj Aangdembe, candidate to the House of Representative from Jhapa-5, Dr Khagendra Pandav Adhikari, State Assemblies candidates—Anil Krishna Prasain and Rajan Kumar Dhungana, central member of Nepali Congress Election Mobilization Committee Padam Poudel, among others urged the people to make the NC victorious for the sake of democracy and country's prosperity.
On the occasion, mayor of the Gauradaha Municipality, Rohit Shah, submitted a memo to PM Deuba for the support from the government to develop Machhapokhari as a tourism site.
Similarly, a delegation of Bhutanese Refugees comprising Dr Bhampa Rai also submitted memo to the PM. RSS

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