CPN (Maoist Centre) Chairperson Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has called for unity among Maoist forces to safeguard nation, democracy and constitution, and to defeat the conspiracies against the statute.
Welcoming the new cadres entering the CPN (Maoist Centre) from Janata Samajwadi Party and CPN (UML) at his residence in Khumaltar in Lalitpur on Sunday, Chairman Prachanda emphasized unity and collaboration among the Maoist forces for the greater good of the country.
Expressing his confidence that the movements and agendas spearheaded by his party would assume a new height yet again at national level, the former Prime Minister said that their party had a chance yet again to lead the country towards development.
He asserted, “This party and leadership might have a last chance to take forward the socialist revolution in a Marxist way. It could be an opportunity for them to usher the country on the path of development and if they would fail, it could lead to another rebellion. Hence, it’s high time all revolutionary people united and do self-assessment and reach out people door-to-door.”
Launching into tirade, leader Dahal ranted, “Those supporting KP Sharma Oli and having a role in dissolving the parliament are working to break down the coalition through Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC). We are discussing whether MCC was more significant or coalition (of five parties)?”
He clarified that the coalition was at the interest of nation, constitution and democracy. Dahal also said that MCC will not be endorsed without considering revision and amendment on it. “We will not take such a matter into our hands until we forge national consensus on it.”
To the new cadres joining his party, he assured of taking their responsibilities. The new cadres had also expressed their views about entering CPN (Maoist Centre) and leaving behind their respective parties.
Those joining CPN (Maoist Centre) are Samajwadi Party Nepal's Ramesh Regmi (Chitwan), Ram Pukar Pathak (Chitwan), Prakash Pokharel (Chitwan), CPN (UML)’s Prahlad Lamichhane (Makawanpur) and among others.
Source: National News Agency Nepal