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CP Gajurel rules out merger with UCPN-Maoist

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KATHMANDU — Vice-chairman of Communist Party of Nepal Revolutionary (Maoist), CP Gajurel on Thursday ruled out the possibility of merger with the UCPN (Maoist) currently.

Speaking at the program in Capital, Gajurel said that the merger was unrealistic unless the UCPN (Maoist) left both the government and the parliament.

He claimed that the unification was unrealistic unless Chairman Baidya joined the camp.

Gajurel accused party’s Secretary Ram Bahadur Thapa for conceding before the UCPN (Maoist) and said Thapa decided to unite himself after the party Chairman Mohan Baidya and leaders refused the unification.

“We want unification among true revolutionary communist forces. And, the unity with the UCPN (Maoist) is not possible as the party has turned more rightist,” he said.

Gajurel even accused the UCPN (Maoist) Chairman of endeavoring to split the party.

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Chhayanath Rara Municipality bans liquor

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RARA— Chhayanath Rara Municipality in Mugu district has been declared liquor-free zone. Declaration of a liquor-free zone was made amid a program on Saturday with a huge presence of locals from all 14 wards.

The municipality and local police administration had conducted a regular publicity campaign in all settlements for two months.

Chief Minister, Mahendra Bahadur Shahi read out a commitment paper by declaring a liquor-free zone to the municipality.

Chairman of Ward No. 5 Dambar Bahadur Rawal of the municipality shared that the municipality council took a decision two months ago to impose a ban on liquor in the municipality with the conclusion that gender-based violence, child marriage, misuse of development and irregularity increased due to liquor.

Mayor Harijung Shahi, lawmaker Gopal Bahadur Bam, representatives of Mugu Chamber of Commerce and Industries, among others were present on the occasion.

During the event, Chief Minister Shahi compared Karnali with heaven.

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