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Citizens deserve education, employment: Chair Lingden



RPP Chairman Rajendra Lingden

Biratnagar, April 2: Central Chairman of Rastriya Prajatantra Party (RPP), Rajendra Lingden, said citizens’ rights to education, health and employment must be addressed.

Addressing a public awareness programme his party organized at Mahendra Chowk in Biratnagar on Monday, Chairman Lingden reminded that his party had submitted a 40-point memorandum to the government in a bid to change people’s status and bring reform in system.

He opined that his party was for the system of directly elected executive President. He viewed only central and local levels would suffice Nepal for strengthening its economic system.

So, federalism needs to be scrapped. Similarly, Nepal needs to be maintained a Hindu state so that national unity would be cemented, according to Lingden.

Chairman Lingden further warned RPP would complete other political forces to cower before it within 2081BS at a time when they were launching mission 2084.

On the occasion, RPP Vice Chairman Rabindra Mishra viewed the thoughts of late leader BP Koirala were relevant at present for the national unity.

General Secretary Prahlad Prasad Saha expressed worry over exodus of youths for lack of jobs within country.

Wrong policy is behind dwindling industries, he added. #nepal