CPN (Unified Socialist) deputy general secretary Jagannath Khatiwada has stressed that progressive forces should be made victorious in the upcoming local level elections.
During his address to the Kathmandu Valley-level programme organised by the Socialist Press Organisation Nepal here today, he asserted that the winning of progressive force was necessary to counter the regressive forces resorting to ‘unconstitutional activities’.
An alliance of socialists and neo-liberals forged to combat regression and protect the constitution would find a success in the upcoming elections, he said.
Khatiwada who is also the chief of the party publicity department highlighted the role of media to promote the socialist movements in the nation.
Organisation Chair Shambhu Shrestha asserted that the organisation was born to protest against regression and it would do its best to reach out among the people with the policies and programmes of the five-party alliance.
Organisation senior vice chair Bishwamani Subedi spoke the need of creating atmosphere in favour of progressive ideologies in the upcoming election.
Similarly, Organisation vice chair and valley province in-charge Santaram Bidari was hopeful that regressive forces would be sidelined after the timely completion of the election while urging journalists associated with the Organisation to contribute for making the election successful.
Source: National News Agency Nepal