PM Dahal appeals for unity in his Vijaya Dashami message


KATHMANDU,Oct. 11: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal has extended hearty best wishes to all the Nepali sisters and brothers within the country and outside on the occasion of the Bada Dashain festival 2073 BS. 

In a message on Tuesday, PM Dahal has wished for the peace, happiness, good health and prosperity of all the Nepalis. 

He stated in the message that Nepal is a beautiful and diverse nation comprising various castes, ethnicities, multiple languages, cultures and religions, and festivals like Vijaya Dashami, Tihar, Nepal Sambat, Chhath and Lhosar have their own background, uniqueness and values.
The Prime Minister stressed that unity in diversity is the unique dimension of Nepal and it is our responsibility to protect and preserve all the communities, languages, cultures and civilizations. He added that our cultural festivals including Dasain have been making special contribution to fostering brotherhood, unity in the Nepali society and also to enhancing national dignity. 

PM Dahal stressed on developing this sentiment further to achieve the national unity and it was our duty to institutionalise the social change. 


Similarly, the Prime Minister has underlined the need of unity and cooperation for the implementation of the constitution while strengthening the internal nationality. RSS 

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