Oct 31, 2016- Former Deputy Prime Minister Prakash Man Singh has said that Nepali Congress would take a lead in solving the current political crisis.
“We are at a critical juncture. On one hand we have the responsibility of amending the constitution to make it acceptable to a broader population. On the other hand, we will have to hold three rounds of elections,” said the former NC general secretary during a function organised by Nepal Tarun Dal Constituency-4, Kathmandu district, in the Capital to mark the 63rd Establishment Day of the youth organization of NC, on Sunday.
Urging the youths to play a proactive role keeping in mind the three layers of elections—local, state and federal, Singh said: “Nepal could not get a new constitution when the communists led the government for four consecutive times. Let me remind you that it was under our party’s leadership that the statute was promulgated.”
On the occasion, Anup Pradhan, chairman of Tarun Dal Constituency-4, Kathmandu, stressed on the need for unity among youths to lead a progressive society.
People from different walks of life were awarded for their professionalism and contribution to the society. Singer Prem Dhoj Pradhan, Miss Nepal 2012 Shristi Shrestha, Kumar Basnet, Bhumi Tuladhar, Rajesh Hamal and social worker Hema Manandhar were all awarded with a token of love.
Tarun Dal acting chairman Radha Ghale, NC Kathmandu district president Sabuj Baniya, NC Kathmandu district Constituency-4 president Raju Shrestha, Nepal Students’ Union chairman Nain Singh Mahar and Anfa chairman candidate Karma Sherpa were among the dignitaries.