Oli and Dahal direct MPs to work for unity and prosperity


Kathmandu, Mar. 3: Prime Minister and CPN-UML Chair KP Sharma Oli has stressed on the need to work with a strong morale to uplift the country from the state of under-development.
Issuing directives to a joint meeting of the members of parliament of CPN-UML and CPN-MC at the parliament building in New Baneswar today, he said that the unification among the two parties had reached the final phase and that the new party should work to make the people empowered and unified.
Stating that the new government would take the support and respect of the opposition in developing the country, he said the government will always be in the look for good and capable people. "Please carry files for development of the country, and not for transfers and promotions", he told the MPs.
Likewise, CPN (MC) Chair Pushpa Kama Dahal 'Prachanda' said the joint meeting of the parliamentary parties were being held as a background to the party unification, and announced that there will be only one parliamentary party soon.
Stating that it was a university itself for the common election agenda and candidates in the election to unite the people in just 18 months, Chairman Dahal said, "we will now move ahead towards scientific socialism by developing national capital."
On the occasion, UML leader and former Speaker Subas Nembang urged the MPs to play an effective role considering the parliamentary rule and conduct.
There are a total of 214 members of the two parties in the federal parliament. RSS

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