Left alliance will secure two-thirds majority in upcoming elections, says UML leader
Pokhara, November 3
CPN-UML leader Rabindra Adhikari today said that the left alliance was formed to give the country a stable government that could ensure economic prosperity and development.
Speaking at an interaction programme in Kaski, leader Adhikari said that in the present political scenario, no force would be able to garner majority seats without forming alliance and that would again create political instability in the country.
Adhikari, who is contesting the parliamentary election under the first-past-the-post system representing the left alliance from Kaski constituency 2, claimed that the alliance would garner two-thirds majority seats in the upcoming elections and once again reiterated that the CPN-UML and CPN-Maoist Centre would go for party unification after the elections.
Adhikari also said the alliance was committed to democratic practices. “If the left alliance runs the government, per capita income of each Nepali will be above $ 5,000 in 10 years and no citizen of the country will be deprived of education and health services,” claimed Adhikari.
Speaking at the interaction, former health minister and UML leader Khaga Raj Adhikari, who is the left alliance candidate for parliamentary elections from Kaski Constituency No 1, said intra-party factions would not affect the alliance in any way.
“The alliance was formed to ensure two thirds majority seats in the upcoming polls so that the country gets a stable government,” said Adhikari.
Meanwhile, left alliance Kaski Constituency No 3 candidate Jagat Bishwokarma said the alliance was forged for political stability and implementing federalism.