Leftist Alliance will garner two-third majority in elections says Oli

CHITWAN: The CPN-UML Chairman KP Sharma Oli has asserted that the leftist alliance would secure two-third majority in the upcoming elections slated for November 26 and December 7.

Addressing a election rally organised by the Leftist Alliance at a Buspark in Chitwan on Tuesday, Oli said that people will cast their votes for the leftist alliance to strive the nation towards economic prosperity.

"Leftist Alliance will secure two-third majority and no one would stop them in the upcoming elections," Oli added.

Its a high time that the country need a political stability for the development. "We leftist alliance would run a stable government after elections," Oli shared.

He also urged the general public not to be susceptible about party's unification that it would be unified after the elections. Former PM Oli clarified that technical issues of taking two election symbols before the elections prevented the party from being unified.

"We have fought for democracy, we will preserve it, we will develop the nation. Oli sarcastically pointed towards NC and said how a party would develop a nation which had handed over democracy to Monarchy time and again," Oli shared.

Oli said that Nepal would no longer have to face blockade from Indian side as he have signed trade deal with China, referring the deal signed by him during his official visit to the norther neighbour.

He also urged the denizens of Chitwan to vote for leftist alliance candidate and former prime minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal for the development of the region.