Leftist alliance’s manifesto, commitment to nation building

Kathmandu, Nov 7 (RSS): CPN (UML) Chairman KP Sharma Oli has said that election manifesto of the leftist alliance was commitment to nation building.
At a news conference to unveil the election manifesto of the alliance here today, Chairman Oli clarified that the manifesto has ensured nationality, democracy, unity, peace, stability and development.
He said, “The manifesto is not only the election manifesto. It is the commitment to nation building. We have guaranteed alleviation of poverty, employment, healthy environment and fulfilling the millennium development goals.”
Chairman Oli said, “Democracy is not the gift hamper gifted by anyone. It is brought from struggle and sacrifice. It is our achievement.”
He further said that no one should be afraid from election alliance and party unity between the CPN (UML) and CPN (Maoist Centre) as CPN (UML) and CPN (Maoist Centre) had formed coalition government.
Saying uniting the country is the need of hour, the former Prime Minister Oli said that no one should lag behind from their responsibility of building the nation and future of their generation.

Stability and prosperity, top priorities of leftist alliance: Dahal

CPN (Maoist Centre) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal has said the leftist alliance has accorded its top priority to the stability and prosperity of the country.
At a news conference organised to unveil the election manifesto of the alliance here today, Chairman Dahal claimed the objective of the alliance between the party and CPN (UML) was to end country’s political instability by forming a strong and a single communist centre and ultimately for achieving stability and prosperity.
Saying the manifesto has enlisted point-wise activities to be fulfilled within two, five and 10 years, he said per capita income of each Nepali would be increased to 5000 US dollar within coming 10 years.
The alliance in its manifesto has forwarded a plan of making local-level empowered as well as developing the Kathmandu Valley as an integrated town.
Also the former Prime Minister, Dahal said, “We have wished speedy economic activities and employment in the country. We have expressed this sentiment in the manifesto.”


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