The current alliance is getting stronger: Chairman Nepal
Bhaktapur : CPN (Unified Socialist) Chairman Madhav Kumar Nepal has said that the current alliance will be even stronger. Speaking at a party entry program organized by the Socialists at Jadibuti in Kathmandu today, he said that it was agreed to further strengthen the alliance during the discussions held between the alliance parties.
Chairman Nepal said, “If we try to create mutual mistrust between the alliances, the alliance will become even stronger. The alliance will hold the elections.” He stressed on the need to move forward with awareness of the conspiracy against the alliance. More than 150 leaders and cadres, including former UML MP Subash Karmacharya, have joined the party. Chairman Nepal welcomed those who entered the socialist party with vaccines and food.
UML leaders include National Representative Council member Sita Thapa, Bagmati Pradesh Committee member Yagya Sapkota, National Representative Council member Ishwari Shrestha, District Committee members Deepak Nepal, Rabindra Sharma, Vishnulal Shrestha, Vijay Dhungana, Kishore Lama, Sagun Shrestha, Dhuvra Raj Giri and Findra Tamang from Sindhupalchowk. More than 100 leaders and cadres from Kavre have joined the Samajwadi Party.