KATHMANDU — Youth wings of the CPN-UML, Maoist Centre and Naya Shakti Nepal have said the electoral alliance they forged recently has addressed the long-held aspirations of the Nepali people for the same.
The alliance, the youth wing hoped, would take the issue being raised by the communist movements like republic, inclusion, proportional representative and socio-cultural and economic transformation to a conclusion.
The participants at a joint meeting of the group of the united three political parties decided to contribute to strengthening and making the broader left alliance a success.
Saying the country is on its way to development and prosperity after achieving political rights, they claimed that whatever development and prosperity occurred in the country so far had been under the leadership of the leftist parties.
The meeting was attended by Chairman of the UML aligned Youth Association Nepal, Rajib Pahari, Chairman of the Maoist Centre affiliated Young Communist League Ram Prasad Sapkota and Chairman of the National Youth Campaign affiliated to the Naya Shakti, Kamal Shahi, among others.
Similarly, a statement issued by the wings after the meeting urged all left forces and nationalists to involve in the alliance.