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Leftist majority government after elections : Prachand

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CHITWAN — CPN (Maoist Centre) Chairman and former Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has said that there is no doubt regarding the formation of a majority government under the leadership of communist immediately after the polls.

Addressing an election rally in Ratnanagar of Chitwan on Monday, Chairman Prachanda said that no one can stop the communists from constituting the government adding that he has drawn a conclusion that majority of the votes has been casted to the left parties in the first phase of the elections held on November 26.

Prachanda, the candidate of House of Representatives in Chitwan-3, claimed that no force can defeat the communists for 50 years if the communist government was formed for five years and the government worked for development and prosperity of the people.

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He added that Nepal would gain the profound standards in people’s living standard and other indicators and such historical opportunity should not be missed.

Also speaking at the programme, candidate of left alliance in Chitwan-1 Surendra Pandey announced to ensure metamorphosis in the development spheres of Chitwan.

The former finance minister said that the first priority was investment in education, housing for the homeless, increment in elderly allowance and taking the country on the new track.

On the occasion, Maoist Centre leader Amik Sherchan, Agni Sapkota, UML leader Kashinath Adhikari and candidate of province assembly Krishna Khanal and others expressed their opinions seeking votes for the left alliance.

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Province 6 named Karnali, capital Surkhet

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SURKHET — Province number 6 has became the first province to get a name as a provincial assembly meeting renamed it Karnali on Saturday. The meeting also fixed Birendranagar in Surkhet as its Capital.

A meeting of the provincial assembly convened on Saturday unanimously endorsed the proposal to name the province as ‘Karnali’ and also fixed Birendranagar in Surket as the capital of the province which until now, Birendranagar was the temporary provincial capital.

CPN-UML Parliamentary Party leader of the province Yam Lal Kadel had proposed the name of the province while Din Bandu Shrestha of Nepali Congress, Ganesh Prasad Singh of CPN (Maoist Center) and Sohila Sahi of Rastriya Prajatantra Party seconded the proposal.

The name Karnali was endorsed by 37 of the 40 provincial assembly members.

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Likewise, Birendranagar, Surkhet, as Capital was proposed by opposition Nepali Congress’s Jiban Bahadur Shahi.

Speaking at the assembly, lawmaker from Jumla Dig Bandu Shrestha said Karnali will be an appropriate name as it sends out a strong message of geographical unity.

The meeting later unanimously endorsed the proposal. After that, another proposal was also tabled at the assembly, to fix Birendranagar as the provincial capital .

Nepali Congress PP leader of the province Jiwan Bahadur Sahi had proposed to make Birendranagar the province capital while Ambar Bahadur Sahi of CPN-UML and Naresh Bhandari of CPN (Maoist Center) seconded the proposal.

Lawmakers from CPN-UML, CPN (Maoist Center) and Nepal Congress voted for the proposal. Only Rastriya Prajatantra Party lawmaker Soshila Sahi voted against .

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