Bibeksheel Sajha pledges middle- income Nepal by 20 years

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L to R: Rabindra Mishra and Ujjwal Thapa. Bibeksheel Sajha Party. RSS.

KATHMANDU — The Bibekshil Sajha Party led by Rabindra Mishra has unveiled the election manifesto in view of the upcoming elections to the House of Representatives and State Assemblies with the promise to transforming the country into a middle- income country within the next two decades.

Accumulation of national capitalization and its moblisation, promotion of entrepreneurship at the civic sphere, industrialization with the adoption of investment-friendly investment, creation of employment opportunities and placement of States as main facilitators for development have been announced as tools for achieving the above mentioned goal . The document was launched from the premises of local Dharahara (Bhimsen Tower) that was collapsed by the 2015 April earthquake.

The party has vowed for a stable, prompt and effective State to meet the targets of poverty alleviation and establish a just, secured and respected society. Citing ‘prosperity at our time’, the manifesto has envisaged the middle-income Nepal along with the establishment of an inclusive, equitable and just society by the next 20 years.

Balanced foreign relations, national sovereignty, good governance, an end to all sports of corruption, political parties responsible to the people, rapid development of energy sector and information technologies and depoliticisation of bureaucracy have been promised in the document.

The party has proposed for switching to a directly elected prime ministerial system for argued a ‘stable’ government, claiming that the ‘the parliamentary system based on the ‘Westminster model’ was reason behind the unstable government, unnatural power equation and triggering other unnatural practices in the Nepali politics. RSS