‘Living martyr’ Acharya remembered

काठमाण्डु टुडे २०७० पुष १२ गते १०:५३ मा प्रकाशित

Kathmandu, Dec. 27: Political parties have been urged to move ahead internalizing the message of conciliation and co-work as per the latest people’s verdict expressed through the recent Constituent Assembly election.

The participants of an interaction titled “Present Political Situation and Media’s Role in Coming Days” organized here today stressed that the political parties should work for empowering the people through the political process itself. The Tanka Prasad Memorial Foundation organized the interaction to commemorate the 102nd birth anniversary of former Prime Minister the late Tanka Prasad Acharya.

They also called on the political parties to free politics from violence and to address the burning problems facing the country by means of good governance as per the late Acharya’s thinking. The speakers pointed out the need of institutionalizing the achievements of the different political movements waged by the Nepali people in the past to build a prosperous New Nepal.

The people have, through the November 19 Constituent Assembly (CA) election, given a clear message to the Nepali Congress and the CPN (UML), the two major parties considered democratic forces, to work hand-in-hand and to the UCPN (Maoist) to desist from the politics of violence that it adopted at some time in history, the speakers said.

They also pointed out the need for upholding the rule of law in all spheres of life, including in politics.

Those putting their views on the occasion were constitution expert Nilambar Acharya, President of the Foundation Prof. Som Prasad Gauchan, Dr. Meena Acahrya, editor duo Kiran Nepal and Tanka Panta, intellectual Arabinda Rimal, Dr. Suresh Satyal and Samira Poudyal, among others. RSS

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