Socialism best system for human welfare, says Prachanda
By A Staff Reporter
Kathmandu, July 26: Chairman of Nepal Communist Party (NCP) Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ said on Thursday that socialism was the best system to maximise the human welfare in the current era when rampant poverty and widening inequality have been the major problems across the globe.
Prachanda made this remark while addressing a function organised here on the occasion of the 6th memorial day of founder member of Nepal Communist Party Nara Bahadur Karmacharya.
Prachanda said that the NCP should be able to give a new model of socialism from Nepal by utilising the historic opportunity provided by Nepali people to the party.
He stressed the need for strengthening the party by completing the unification process in time and making the government effective for the socio-economic transformation of the country.
He said that the overall strength of the party and the government should focus on achieving economic prosperity based on social justice to make the foundation to reach socialism in the long term.
He said that the party would intensively mobilise its force in the field from next month to promote its policy and programmes in achieving prosperity. He said that the party would complete all unification process within a month.
Recalling late Karmacharya, Prachanda said that he was a source of inspiration for his simplicity, honesty, transparency, continuity, determined and clean personality to all involved in politics.
He said that Karmacharya was always in favour of unification of the communist parties of Nepal. The unification of two major communist parties had made the dream of late Karmacharya come true, he said.
Former Prime Minister and senior leader of NCP Madhav Kumar Nepal said that there was no alternative to the NCP in Nepal at present. The communist movement has moved on the right track after the unification of the two parties, and the unification should be further improved to take the movement ahead, he said.
“People have voted the communist parties with a two thirds majority in the parliament expecting change, we all should work honestly to meet this aspiration,” Nepal said.
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