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  • Dahal calls small forces to join Nepal Communist Party

    Kathmandu, July 23

    One of the two chairmen of Nepal Communist Party, Pushpa Kamal Dahal, has called on veteran leaders of small communist parties of  the country to join his ‘big’ party so as to achieve the common goal of communism together.

    The NCP was formed a couple of months ago with the merger of two biggest communist parties of Nepal: CPN-UML and CPN-Maoist Centre.

    Speaking at a function organised in Kathmandu to mark the death anniversary of Pushpa Lal Shrestha, the first chief of Nepal’s first communist party established in 1950s, Dahal said veteran communist leaders of the country should join the NCP so that the opportunity to grow itself as a powerful communist party of the world would not be missed.

    He said the unity among all communist forces was necessary to leave no space for reactionaries to play against people.

    Dahal, however, maintained that conspiracies were being hatched against the unification campaign; hence the party’s ties with the people should be strengthened.

    The party’s senior leader Madhav Kumar Nepal also spoke at the function.

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