Published On: August 28, 2022 04:38 PM NPT By: Republica | @RepublicaNepal
KATHMANDU, August 28: Nepali Congress (NC) leader Dr Shekhar Koirala has said that the formation of alliance among political parties for the upcoming elections is today's need of the country.
The NC will forge an election alliance and this is the most pressing need of the hour, he said while inaugurating a training session organized today by the NC Morang constituency-6.
NC should get at least 100 seats in the November 20 federal parliamentary election, he said, adding a deal should be made with the coalition parties accordingly.
NC should keep with itself the constituencies the party won in the federal parliament and province assembly polls in 2074 BS, he said, laying emphasis that the party's representation should be ensured in the federal parliament or the provincial assemblies in all seven provinces.
The party and the government should work to maintain good governance and transparency keeping their responsibilities for the people at the center, he suggested.
Similarly, Minister for Internal Affairs and Law of Province 1, Kedar Karki stressed the need for NC leaders and cadres to reach out to the people's doorsteps to win their confidence to vote.
NC central members Dr Dila Sangraula and Rukmini Koirala urged the cadres to make the party victorious with majority in the upcoming elections while the party’s Morang district vice president and mayor of Biratnagar Metropolitan City Nagesh Koirala underscored the need for the party cadres to come together for the polls, forgetting bitterness, if any, in the past.
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