Maoist Centre leaders to get deployed in villages for 'development'

KATHMANDU: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal said that preparations had been made to send leaders of his CPN Maoist Centre party to rural areas of the country for development and public service there.

Addressing leaders of various sister organisations of the party at his official residence in Baluwatar on Friday, PM Dahal said that it was necessary to focus the party's energy on development works and public service, a statement issued by the PM’s Secretariat informed.

Saying that the government was trying to address people's demands even by bringing the supplementary budget, the PM directed the leaders to go to remote areas with necessary programmes.


The PM and CPN Maoist Centre Chairman also informed that Government for Poor and Youth Self-employment Programme would be carried out more effectively on upcoming days.

Likewise, Dahal further informed that the government was going to bring provident fund for farmers.