KATHMANDU – Vice Chairperson of CPN UML, Surendra Pande, has said unity among communist forces is imperative to establish socialism. Splitting party derails the track to reach socialism, he underscored.
Vice Chairperson Pande said it during the Madhes province level orientation to the party cadres here Monday. Social transformation is ensured through socialism, for which, the communist parties must be united, he viewed.
“It is a chimera to say that socialism will be established by forging alliance with non-communist parties,” he said, adding that hold on State authority is equally important to reach the goal. Pande directed the party leaders and cadres to review the past weaknesses and move ahead in a unified manner.
On the occasion, UML Secretary and Madhes In-Charge Raghubir Mahaseth urged the cadres to be prepared for the coming elections of federal and province levels.
Also speaking on the occasion were UML politburo member Prabhu Shah and Purushottam Poudel. Balance of power in Madhesi Province and UML’s role, UML in the movement, and publicity were some of the issues on which the orientation was provided.