Maoist Centre welcomes leaders from student organisation of RJP
KATHMANDU: CPN Maoist Centre Chair Pushpa Kamal Dahal has said that with the conclusion of parliamentary and provincial elections, technical human resources have an important role to play in taking the country towards economic development and prosperity.
“We should be ready to give the responsibility of leadership to the youth student community as they are inquisitive and technologically conscious. The political revolution of the country has been completed, and now the youth should lead the economic revolution,” Chair Dahal shared at a programme organised at his residence in Khumaltar, Lalitpur today.
In the programme, Dahal welcomed general secretary Chandra Bhusan Sah along with the student leaders of the student organisation of Rastriya Janata Party (RJP) to the Maoist Centre.
Dahal said that the left alliance was ready to move ahead on the journey towards economic prosperity by addressing the demands of the Tarai-Madhes.
Stating that the demands of the Tarai-Madhes put forth in a peaceful manner could be met within the constitutional parametres, the former Prime Minister said, "What Madhes needs is development and prosperity and the government of the left alliance would emphasise on this."
Maoist Centre leader Prabhu Saha said the existing disparity in the Madhes could be addressed through development and prosperity.
Student leader Sah said they joined the Maoist Centre as it was the only party that would fight for the rights of the Madhesi people, and also shared his intention of remaining active.
Along with Sah, former vice-president of the student wing of the Tarai Madhes Loktantrik Party, Ajit Pappu Yadav, secretary of the student wing of RJP Gyan Kumar Kuswaha, treasurer of Madhesi Student Society Basanta Thakur, among others entered the Maoist Centre.
Most of the new entrants are students from engineering background.