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Thursday, March 7, 2019

NCP chairs urge leaders, cadres to embolden self out of grief

Kathmandu, March 7 : Chairmen of Nepal Communist Party have urged the leaders and cadres to take into account the contribution of the late leaders Bharat Mohan Adhikari and Rabindra Adhikari and embolden self out of the grief at this hour of loss. 

During a condolence gathering organized by the party here Thursday, Prime Minister and Chairman KP Sharma Oli and Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' reminded the roles the late leaders played in the party and country's politics. 

They expressed grief over the loss of seven persons' lives including that of Minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, Rabindra Adhikari. They also expressed grief over the demise of former Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Bharat Mohan Adhikari. 

On the occasion, PM Oli viewed that nation building campaign of the late leaders would be carried out and proper assistance provided to the families of the deceased ones. "We're collecting information about their family members, their livelihood, economic status and the need they require," he added. 

According to him, leader Bharat Mohan was gentle, honest, polite and trustworthy person. He contributed immensely to Nepal's democratic and the communist movements. He even worked continuously at hard time; he was more like a campaigner. 

Moreover, the PM reminded that the activities launched by late Rabindra over a year are quite unforgettable. "In a short time, he did great on tourism sector. He worked honestly to strengthen democratic system, the PM mentioned. 

Saying the country is in grief at present, another Chairman Dahal stressed the need for taking steps to realise dreams of martyrs by turning sorrow into energy. "The only true tribute to the deceased is to make a resolution to build the nation. We should make a collective resolution to progress the society by turning sorrow into power," he said. 

He said he found Bharat Mohan as a leader of the communist movements and Rabindra as a promising leader to transform the society. "Thousands of youths had taken Rabindra as a source of energy for themselves. His death is unimaginable. The country will miss him in the days to come." 

NCP General Secretary Bishnu Prasad Poudel said the demise of the two leaders was also a loss to the whole party, not only to the bereaved family and relatives. 

Also in attendance were- NCP senior leader Madhav Kumar Nepal, Home Minister Ram Bahadur Thapa, NCP's Spokesperson Narayan Kaji Shrestha and the families of the deceased among others.(RSS)

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