Left alliance pledges to make Kavre capital of Province 3
Kavre, November 6
Candidates from the left alliance are busy soliciting votes with the assurance that they will put in efforts to make Kavre the capital of Province 3.
Left alliance candidates have been reiterating every day at all kinds of meetings and gatherings that their major agenda is to make Kavre the provincial capital.
UML’s Constituency No 2 parliamentary candidate Gokul Baskota said the alliance would work to make Kavre the capital of the province as Kathmandu had become congested and had failed to save heritage sites.
“Kathmandu is not suitable for becoming the capital, while Kavre is appropriate in every sense. Thus, we shall leave no stone unturned to make Kavre the provincial capital,” Baskota added.
CPN-Maoist Centre’s parliamentary candidate Bamdhowj Tamang from Kavre Constituency No 1 said the left alliance would make every possible effort to make Kavre the provincial capital. “We are ready to fight any battle to make Kavre the capital,” Tamang said.
All the candidates from the left alliance are in the fray with the slogan that Kavre will be the leftists’ stronghold.
Meanwhile, NC Kavre President and parliamentary candidate of the Kavre Constituency No 2 Madhu Prasad Acharya said the left alliance’s slogan of making Kavre a leftist stronghold was a mere daydream. Acharya said the NC would defend its past glory in Kavre by winning both parliamentary and provincial seats.
With 185,000 eligible voters, Kavre has two parliamentary constituencies and four provincial constituencies.
Altogether, 71 candidates from 18 parties have filed their nominations for the upcoming polls.