Chief Minister of Bagmati State Dormani Poudel has said that late leader Bal Kumari Thapa’s contributions to Nepali Communist movement are notable.
Addressing a programme organized on the 13th day of her demise at Hetauda Sub-Metropolitan City-17 in Makawanpur district today, CM Poudel shared that Thapa had led various political movements in Makawanpur district in different times.
Thapa had passed away on July 14 at the age of 76. A heart patient for long, she died in course of treatment at Hetauda Hospital.
Thapa was then CPN (UML) central advisor and had provided shelter to the party’s leaders during the Panchayat era when the party was banned.
Thapa had provided shelter to then CPN (UML) senior leaders including Madan Bhandari, Jeevraj Ashrit and CP Mainali among other senior leaders.
Gyawali sees bright future of socialism
Kavrepalanchowk, July 25 (RSS): Minister for Foreign Affairs Pradeep Kumar Gyawali has reiterated that Nepal’s lands updated in the recently unveiled map should be brought back.
At a programme in Banepa today, Minister Gyawali the entire country should stand united to bring back the land.
“Our ownership (of land) should be claimed by submitting all facts and evidences on the table during the talks with neighboring country India by getting united,” he added.
Saying that only releasing the map was not sufficient, he said that getting our lands back was not easier as said.
We will certainly clinch success but we have to advance procedurally, Gyawali argued.
He was of the view that issuance of the new map was possible as the entire nation was united for this matter. “We have to do a lot to bring the land for real usage.”
On a different note, Gyawali argued that Nepal has achieved effective results in its fight against coronavirus infection in the South Asia.
Furthermore, Gyawali, also the standing committee member of the ruling Nepal Communist Party, said that Nepal’s communist movement was advancing on the path of people’s multiparty democracy as envisaged by Pushpalal and Madan Bhandari. “The future of socialism is bright and this is our guidelines,” he remarked.
NCP will not split, Dev Gurung says
Kathmandu, July 25 (RSS): Chief Whip of ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) Dev Prasad Gurung has said that there was no option for the political parties to move ahead with national consensus.
At an interaction programme here today, he said that nationality would plunge into crisis if the NCP was divided and ruled out the chances of party split though there were debates and discussions.
“Party should not split. We should not move to the way of party split. Going to that way of division is to go for the collapse of democracy,” Gurung argued.
Also speaking at the programme, Nepali Congress central committee member Min Bahadur Bishwakarma urged the government to curb the incidents of flooding, landslides, corona pandemic, violence, rape and acid attacks.
Furthermore, leader of Janata Socialist Party Laxman Lal Karna accused the government of failing to carry out relief and rescue operations.
Source: National News Agency Nepal