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Next era is age of development and prosperity

By RSS on Nov 14,2017 - 15:19

CPN (Maoist Centre) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal has said that the next era is the age of development and prosperity. 
Addressing an election gathering organised at Haraiya Chowk of Bharatpur Metropolitan City-17 this morning, Chairman Dahal said that he has also dreamt of development and prosperity. 
He said, "The next era is the age of prosperity and development. The activities I carried out during my 10-month period as the prime minister are the determination to the development and prosperity. There is no any dream except economic prosperity and socialism." 
Dahal, who is contesting for the membership to the House of Representatives from Chitwan Constituency no 3, also urged to seize the money of those trying to buy votes. 
Similarly, he inaugurated the contact office of leftist alliance at a local Dairy Chowk. On the occasion, former Prime Minister Dahal welcomed some 100 cadres of Rastriya Prajatantra Party to his party. 
Meanwhile, addressing another election gathering organised at Madan Memorial Park at Gajipur in the district, where the dead body of the then General Secretary of the CPN (UML), Madan Bhandari was found, CPN (Maoist Centre) Chairman Dahal said that the dream of Bhandari would be fulfilled. 
Bhandari and his party colleague Jeev Raj Ashrit died when a jeep they were travelling in plunged into the Trishuli river on 16 May 1993. He is the spouse of President Bidya Devi Bhandari. 
He said that he filed his candidacy in Chitwan to lead the development and nation, saying achieving the prosperity through rapid economic development and good governance was the main objective of the leftist alliance. 
Expressing the determination to develop Chitwan as a model district in view of development and civilization within next five years, Chairman Dahal expressed commitment to carry out unfulfilled works in a planned way.

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