Kathmandu . Nepali Congress President and Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has said that the party will not give any concession in the upcoming election if it is defeated due to the rebel candidates.
Addressing an election rally in Dhangadhi today, Prime Minister Deuba said that the party would take action against the rebel candidate if he was defeated due to the rebel candidate.
He urged the rebel candidates of the party to withdraw their candidacies and ensure victory of the party candidates.
Though the current constitution did not provide for the dissolution of the parliament, the then Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli said that he and CPN (Maoist Center) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal and the then CPN-UML leader Madhav Nepal had opposed the dissolution of the parliament without any reason.
He said, “The UML, which is dissolving the parliament, has not allowed the parliament to function even after it has been reconstituted.
Stating that the Far West is very important for him, Deuba said that he became the Prime Minister of the country because of the Far West.
Expressing his commitment for the development of the far-western states, Deuba said that he would take initiative for the construction of Khutiya-Dipayal-Bajhang road, road connecting Achham along the Karnali river.
Prime Minister Deuba also said that he would work for the development of the far-western states by giving first priority.
Chairman of the CPN (Maoist Center) Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda said that the coalition parties had saved the country from disaster and added that a new era would be started by maintaining stability in the country through this alliance.
He said that there was an element of conspiracy to divide the alliance by creating controversy and misunderstanding among the top leaders of the current coalition.
Stating that the alliance was formed for the protection of the rights of the people and the political achievements gained from the great sacrifices and sacrifices, Chairman Prachanda urged the coalition to field a common candidate in the coming elections.
CPN (Unified Socialist) Vice-Chairman Pramesh Hamal accused the CPN-UML of creating problems in the country when it was moving forward with totalitarian thinking.
Speakers at the meeting included Nepali Congress central joint general secretary Farmullah Mansur, Nepali Congress central member Dr Araju Rana Deuba, Dhangadhi sub-metropolitan chief candidate and Nepali Congress central member Nrip Bahadur Wad, CPN (Unified Socialist) central member Dirgh Sodari and others.
Independent candidate Madan Krishna Bhatt, who supported Nrip Bahadur Wad, the chief candidate of the sub-metropolitan, was welcomed by Deuba.