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गृहपृष्ठPoliticsNC launching door-to-door campaign as local level election approaches

NC launching door-to-door campaign as local level election approaches


KATHMANDU – The Nepali Congress has decided to launch a month-long door-to-door campaign from March 13 in the wake of local level election.

The NC organized a press conference and shared information to this regard. It informed that the campaign has various eight objectives. Party Spokesperson Prakash Sharan Mahat said the main objective of the month-long countrywide drive is to create atmosphere favourable to ensure victory to the party in the May 13 local level elections.

As he stated that campaign would not only appeal to the voters but also invigorate the party leaders and cadres and foster harmony and unity. It would be a massive mobilization of the party rank and file.

During the campaign, the NC will also expose the unconstitutional activities, corruptions and wrongdoings of the CPN-led government in the past three years. Broader debate and discussion would be held on political and economic achievements made by the NC-led governments in the past.

Spokesperson Mahat also claimed that the present government has been able to vaccinate 70 percent of the people in a short time and remaining would be vaccinated within the election. According to him, the government took right decision on MCC compact due to judicious role of Prime Minister and NC President Sher Bahadur Deuba. The campaign, as Mahat said, would also dispel the fake news spread against MCC compact and NC role on it.

The central members of the party will reach all districts two days before the campaign. The district working committee of the party would play significant role to make the drive effective. The campaign would be made comprehensive, seeking assistance from the sister wings of the party.

The campaign would be launched the same day at 1:00pm across the country. On the occasion, General Secretary Bishwo Prakash Sharma said the campaign would be a moment to seek suggestions from the people. The sister organizations of the party would be massively mobilized, according to him.

Similarly, Vice President Purna Bahadur Khadka made it clear that no decision was made in the central level in relation to forging alliance with other political parties in the local level elections. It would be hasty to speak more on it now, he added.





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