Kathmandu, Jan 5: Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has expressed his confidence that the coalition government will continue to coordinate with each other in the election.
In a meeting with ministers and secretaries at Singha Durbar on Wednesday, Prime Minister Deuba expressed such confidence that the election should be fair.
‘The Election Commission is preparing for the election. We should do our best to help the commission in the election. We want fair elections,” PM Deuba said, “I am confident that the coalition government will continue to coordinate in the election.” (TRN Online)
Coalition To Continue In Future: Leader Nepal
Meanwhile RSS adds: CPN (Unified Socialist) chairperson Madhav Kumar Nepal assured that the coalition between the Nepali Congress and his party would get continuity in other elections in the future as well.
The two ruling parties have agreed to partner for the upcoming National Assembly election.
At a programme organized at Shankharapur-2 in Kathmandu today, Nepal shared that the ruling coalition partners were discussing forming an electoral alliance in all upcoming elections.
Stating that and CPN (Maoist Centre) had agreed to forge an electoral alliance, the former Prime Minister shared that his party was drawing new members from other political parties.
He said that he was concerned about the development of Kathmandu Constituency Number 2 irrespective of his win and loss in the election.
Comparing Shankharapur with the Karnali zone in terms of backwardness, leader Nepal claimed that he had been taking the lead for the development of physical infrastructures in Shankarapur.
He pledged his continuous support in the development of roads, parks, school buildings in Shankarapur in future.
Leader Nepal, during the programme, welcomed new members to his party.