NCP emphasizes on motivating party rank and file; NC should learn from Kisunji: Poudel

CPNKathmandu / Dec 22 : Leaders putting their views on the political report presented by Nepal Communist Party (NCP) chairman duo in the party’s Standing Committee meeting continued in the third meeting today also.

Forty-six standing committee members have put their views on the political report so far. The Standing Committee meeting is taking place at the party central office at Dhumrabarahi.

Leader Madhav Kumar Nepal, Jhalnath Khanal, Bishnu Poudel, Ram Bahadur Thapa and Giriraj Mani Pokhrel put their views in the meeting today, party spokesperson Narayan Kaji Shrestha said.

According to him, leader Pradeep Gyawali will express his views in the meeting tomorrow as he arrived home today only from a visit to the United States. Gyawali, who is also the Minister for Foreign Affairs, briefed the meeting today about his US visit which he undertook at the invitation of the US Secretary of State and the bilateral talks he had with his US counterpart.

The Minister for Foreign Affairs told the meeting that his visit and the bilateral talks have been very positive and fruitful, the party spokesperson said. Senior leader Jhalanath Khanal said that the meeting will take a decision on the report after the party chairmen KP Sharma Oli and Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ give their views on the report. He said the standing committee leaders putting their views on the political report has concluded.

Party chairman duo had presented their political report in the Standing Committee meeting that started on December 15. The standing committee members have been commenting on the report since then. The political report includes topics like the achievements of the government, party’s works, the works carried out and decisions made so far by the party secretariat as well as the unification of the party’s district and people’s organizations.

In the meeting, the leaders have commented on the government’s performance. Most of the leaders making their statements so far in the meeting have opined that the party and the government were under attack from various quarters and there was the need of strengthening the party’s internal unity in such situation.

Leader Chhabilal Bishwokarma said the meeting would reach conclusion with minute observation of strong and weak aspects of the party in view of leaders’ suggestions on the report and encourage party rank and file accordingly. According to him, senior leader Madhav Kumar Nepal is scheduled to speak on some points at the meeting on Sunday. Bishwokarma reiterated that the government’s performance would be made effective and the party unity further strengthened.

The meeting, as he said, requested the government to ensure treatment to those injured in the bus accident and express condolences. Issuing a press release following the meeting, General Secretary Bishnu Poudel said five leaders put forth their views at today’s meeting. Foreign Minister Pradeep Gyawali informed the meeting about his official visit to the US.

Similarly, the meeting expressed grief over the deaths of students in a bus accident in Dang. The bereaved family has been extended the condolences and government urged for adequate medical support to those injured in the accident. The standing committee meeting is being held tomorrow morning.

NC should learn from Kisunji: Poudel

Nepali Congress senior leader Ram Chandra Poudel on Saturday viewed that the NC should learn from the life of the late party leader Krishna Prasad Bhattarai.

Leader Poudel also remembered Bhattarai with a great space in politics and has played an important role in establishing a multiparty system. NC leader Poudel was speaking at a programme with the theme of ‘Maile Chineko Kisunji organized here by the Kisunji Study Centre on the 95th birth anniversary of Bhattarai.

Also speaking at the same program, NC leader Pradeep Giri recalled Bhattarai as a good and disciplined leader.

Similarly, senior journalist Yubraj Ghimire remembered Bhattarai as having understood problems facing working journalists.

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