Govt activities not oriented to socialism: Chairman Bijukchhe
BHAKTAPUR: Chairman of Nepal Workers and Peasants Party (NWPP), Narayanman Bijukchhe, has said that the incumbent government’s activities were not oriented to socialism. Inaugurating the seventh general convention of the party here Friday, Chairman Bijukchhe pointed out the need of correcting itself as its character was not socialism oriented.
Bijukchhe said that number of people going for overseas employment was increasing day by day due to unemployment in the country. It was sheer weakness of the government, he blamed.
The Chairman further said the NWPP had been openly objecting foreign intervention and argued that no one could be communist by carrying arms. “I want to challenge NCP to become communist through its policy, behaviour and character,” he stressed.
Similarly, NWPP Secretary Prem Suwal claimed that the NWPP had been playing crucial role in farmer’s movement and anti-corruption movement in the county.
The seventh general convention would elect a new working committee by passing different documents along with statute amendment. The general convention would conclude on September 22.
Published Date: Friday, September 20th, 2019 | 08:54 AM