Government of leftist alliance after the election: UML chair Oli

JHAPA: CPN (UML) chairman KP Sharma Oli has argued that a leftist government would be formed with two-third majority support after the upcoming House of Representatives and State Assembly elections. 

Addressing an election rally at the Kamal rural municipality in Jhapa today, he said the leftist alliance will usher the country towards the development after winning the election with two-third majority.
He said a stable left government would be formed after the House of Representatives and State Assembly elections of November 26 and December 7.
The UML chairman also said the leftist alliance was formed to prevent the country from heading on the wrong path. “The leftist alliance is not for reaching to power but for the country’s prosperity,” he asserted.
The former Prime Minister also tried to assure the voters not to doubt the leftist alliance’s commitment to democracy and the republic. Oli is contesting the election from Jhapa constituency-5. He also addressed the election assemblies in Kerkha and Gauriganj in his constituency today. RSS

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