This year country witnessed highest economic growth in 2.5 decades, PM says

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Kathmandu, April 11: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has said that the country has made the highest economic growth in the past 25 years after the formation of his government this year.

The PM said, “Economic growth rate has reached above 6 per cent after the formation of the government under the leadership of CPN (Maoist Centre). Price hike has been controlled. Load shedding has been ended nationwide. The entire indicators of country’s economy are positive.”
Addressing the unity conference of CPN (Maoist Centre) Lalitpur Metropolitan City, PM Dahal added it was clear that the current government was working in favour of the people.
Saying that he was not thinking anything except people’s service, country’s development and prosperity, PM Dahal said the country’s face could be lifted within some years if we owned willpower.
Only the Maoist party can institutionalize the agendas of change that have been obtained from the sacrifices made by the people under the Maoist-leadership, the PM shared.
On the occasion, Dahal said that the Nepali Congress and CPN (UML) have no agendas for local level elections but the CPN (Maoist Centre) is with full of positive agendas for elections.
PM Dahal, who is also the chairman of CPN (Maoist Centre), said that his party should win the elections for the implementation of people’s agendas namely federalism, republicanism, secularism, inclusion and mainstreaming of the Madhesi, Dalits and Janajati.
He also claimed that the task of taking the Singhadurbar-centric powers to the villages through the local levels elections was the agenda of the Maoist Centre. Dahal also expressed his doubts whether the achievements would be at risk if the Maoist party lost the elections.
During the programme, CPN (Maoist Centre) leaders Jhakku Prasad Subedi, Hitman Shakya, spokesperson Pampha Bhusal and others expressed their opinions saying that party’s strong basis has been prepared for winning the polls. RSS

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