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Nepali Congress will be assume role of strong opposition: President Deuba

KATHMANDU: Nepali Congress (NC) President Sher Bahadur Deuba has asserted that NC will stand in the favor of public by assuming the role of a strong opposition.
Inaugurating the newly built building of the NC regional committee office at Damak of Jhapa and honoring six NC cadres today, leader Deuba blamed that the public were not optimist to the government performance.
The building was built at the cost of Rs 3.5 million.
Deuba further claimed that the government had failed to deliver although it had promised high in the election.
The former Prime Minister was of the view that government was trying to be authoritarian as it was trying to infringe the press freedom, arresting the journalists arbitrarily and bestow the rights to mobilize Nepal Army to the Prime Minister.
Clarifying that formation of more committees would take place as the NC statute, he spoke of the need to further strengthening party.
Urging all the leaders and cadres to be united and make NC a people’s party.
Similarly, NC Vice-President Bijaya Kumar Gachchhadar, General-Secretary Dr Shashank Koirala and former general-Secretary Krishna Prasad Sitaula criticized the working style of the government.
NC Spokesperson Bishwa Prakash Sharma, National Assembly member Sarita Prasai, NC central committee member Bishmaraj Angdembe, Dhanaraj Gurung and NC Jhapa President Uddav Thapa among others had presented their respective arguments at the programme.
Present in the programme were the NC’s leaders and cadres in Jhapa district.

Published Date: Monday, April 22nd, 2019 | 10:56 PM

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