Prime Minister and President of Nepali Congress Sher Bahadur Deuba has said that a conspiracy is being hatched to break the alliance made by the ruling government.
Addressing a program organized on the occasion of the establishment day of the Nepal Students’ Union (NSU) here on Tuesday, Prime Minister Deuba said that the coalition with other parties would not break.
Alliance has benefited the Nepali Congress, as most of the provinces have got chief ministers from our own party, said Prime Minister Deuba.
The existing political alliance should not be broken. As per the constitution, there is no condition that a single party gets a majority in the election, added Prime Minister Deuba.
Speaking at the function organized on the occasion of the 53rd anniversary of the NSU, Prime Minister Deuba pointed out that NSU should reach at village level and engage students of the school level to increase its importance. In order to win the free student union, consolidating its foundations from the school level is essential, added PM Deuba.
Prime Minister Deuba urged students to achieve excellence in an academic career and also asked them to dream of the posts of Prime Minister and President including other prominent posts in future. “This is a competitive age, so education should be in priority.”
NSU also launched its calendar and NSU app. On the occasion, Deuba honored NSU founding president Bipin Koirala, vice-president Sanad Regmi, general secretary Tika Pokhrel,
Chiranjivi Wagle, members Ramchandra Poudel, Surendra Bahadur Bist, Kedar Neupane, Damodar Gautam, Chakraraj Pant, Basant Gurung
and Rajendra Bahadur Shah among others.
Meanwhile, the ruling NC has established a ‘province desk’ under the coordination of General Secretary Bishwa Prakash Sharma for the upcoming election.
Party President Sher Bahadur Deuba established the province desk at the party’s central office on the recommendation of the meeting of the local level central election mobilization committee coordinated by Vice President Purna Bahadur Khadka.
The Joint General Secretaries will look after each province’s affairs relating to the election.
Source : TRN,