•      Thu Jul 25 2024

Plenary meeting of CPN UML concludes passing 22-point proposal

Kathmandu, Feb 22: The seventh plenary meeting of the CPN (UML)’s central Committee concluded on Thursday passing a 22-point contemporary proposal.

The meeting held from February 20 has drawn a conclusion to play a role from the parliament and street for the protection of federal democratic republic, effective implementation of constitution, development and prosperity, noting the incumbent government failed to address the issues of people’s livelihood.

Suggestions gathered from different group-wise discussion were presented in the meeting presided by Chair KP Sharma Oli. Emphasis was laid on the issues of strongly following the party discipline, financial transparency and moral conduct in the meeting.

On the occasion, Chair Oli called for materializing the national aspiration ‘Prosperous Nepal, Happy Nepali’ by forming a majority government led by UML.

Similarly, General-Secretary Shankar Pokhrel made policy-level instruction for renewal of party membership, operation of systematic party school, office management, effectiveness of purification, expansion of party activities in new generation, management of diamond jubilee, and preparation for coming by-election.

Condemning the Balkumari and Barhathawa incidents where three person lost their lives due to police force, the meeting drew the attention of the government to take action against the guilty, to provide relief and compensation to deceased families, said Chief of UML Central Publicity and Publication Department, Rajendra Gautam. #Nepal

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