Unity among Republic partners must for prosperity: Chairman Dahal

08/09/2019

Kathmandu, Aug 9: Chairman of the ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP), Pushpa Kamal Dahal, has said all forces involved to bring in Republic system had no option at present but to unite to ensure prosperity in the country.

At a programme organized by the Sharma Literary Foundation there on Friday, Chairman Dahal stressed that the partners for change should unite again for the peaceful transition of the country. He released a collection of essays, 'Jhariko Soundarya' and the Shami literary monthly at the programme. The essays are penned by Dinanath Sharma. "There is no alternative to the institutionalization of change. Throwing stone in the dark has carries no meaning," he argued, asserting that he had led the rebellion and took responsibility for transforming country into a peaceful state. He also made commitment to move ahead by internalizing both hope and despair of people because even the historic responsibility of party unification was complete. On the occasion, senior leader of the party, Madhav Kumar Nepal, viewed that literature was one of the powerful tools to transform society. The communist movement, he said, should study the present problems and envision beautiful future. Moreover, Nepali Congress leader Ramchandra Poudel said the trend of delaying small activities in the name of dreaming big ones and making country a playground must come to an end. Senior culture expert Satyamohan Joshi and literati, including Professor Rajendra Subedi, and Dr Benju Sharma, extended best wishes to the essayist Sharma and the Foundation. Foundation Chairman Pradip Nepal said literature and politics need to be assimilated together. RSS

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