Left alliance attempting to finish off constitution: PM Deuba

11/29/2017

Waling (Syangja), Nov. 29: Prime Minister and Nepali Congress (NC) President Sher Bahadur Deuba has accused the left alliance of attempting to finish off the constitution to impose totalitarianism in the country.
At an election rally in Waling of Syangja on Wednesday, the PM said that time has come for the people to opt for either single-party authoritarianism or democracy through elections.
"Attempts are made to introduce the world's failed ism in Nepal. This will not succeed," the PM said.
Likewise, NC senior leader Ram Chandra Poudel claimed that the communists can generate problems but lack solutions adding that NC was required to resolve the problems.
He also urged the voters to cast votes for the NC to safeguard democracy and make a prosperous Nepal.
During the mass meeting, NC leader and Deputy Prime Minister Gopalman Shrestha, NC leader Bal Krishna Khand and others addressed the mass meeting seeking votes for the NC.
Meanwhile, PM Deuba said that there was no option to winning the polls by the NC to ensure country's prosperity by creating environment conducive for investments.
Addressing an election rally organized by NC in Pokhara today, Deuba claimed that foreign investment would be discouraged in communism.
Claiming that conspiracies are on to impose totalitarianism in the name of one-party communist system, Deuba said that only NC can ensure people's freedom.
Similarly, NC General Secretary Dr Shashanka Koirala said that the country achieved a lot in the NC's leadership adding that more is left to do.
NC leader and former Finance Minister Dr Ram Sharan Mahat said that NC's leadership was needed for economic prosperity in the country.
NC's candidates for the elections to the House of Representatives in Kaski Yagya Bahadur Thapa, Debraj Chalise and Shukraraj Sharma, and all candidates of State Assemblies from the Kaski district addressed the election rally. RSS

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