•      Wed Jul 24 2024

CPN UML shares ‘achievements’ of its Sankalpa Yatra

CPN UML Chairman KP Sharma Oli, 2023.

Kathmandu, Dec 24: The CPN (UML) today made public the achievements of its ‘Resolution March for Prosperity’ or Sankalpa Yatra, centred on the Mid-hills (Pushpalal) highway. The march started from Jhulaghat of Baitadi district on November 30 and concluded upon reaching Chiwa Bhanjyang of Panchthar on December 17.

It was stated in a press conference organized at the party central office Chyasal and in the presence of UML Chairman KP Sharma Oli on Sunday that the ‘resolution march’ has achieved important milestone in linking development, prosperity and nationality, besides bringing enthusiasm in the party and amongst the party workers and the local people.

Describing the march as unprecedented and unforgettable, Chair Oli urged the government to give priority to the development and prosperity of the mid-hilly region. Public assemblies and meetings, and discussions with college and school students were held in course of the campaign with the spirit and message of ‘Relation Local, Message National’.

Similarly, the UML stated that interaction with the local farmers, dialogue with agriculture scientists, observation of developmental works and meeting with entrepreneurs carrying out model works, observation of historical, religious and cultural places, and collection of people’s experiences, grievances and feedback were other highlights of the campaign.

UML general-secretary Shankar Pokhrel said the campaign helped the party in identifying the growing outmigration from the hills and seeking solution to it, in promoting social harmony and national unity, and in understanding the economic, social, cultural and religious condition as well as the industrial and tourism potentials of the mid-hilly region.

The party top leadership, central office-bearers, the standing committee, politburo and central members and technical teams participated in the Resolution March.

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