Deputy leader of the CPN (UML) parliamentary party Subas Chandra Nembang has alleged the incumbent government that it has not paid attention to the problems faced by the people. He was addressing the news conference organised by the Press Chautari Panchthar today.
The deputy leader said the UML will not enter into an alliance or seat-sharing in the upcoming province assembly and parliamentary elections with any party or group having a differing ideology. Although there is talk of the UML contesting the election against the ruling coalition by entering into an alliance with Rastriya Prajatantra Party (RPP) or other smaller parties, the home work or talks have not been initiated for the same.
Leader Nembang added that the UML’s election agenda would be the weaknesses of the present government and the positive works carried out by the erstwhile UML -led government.UML another leader Yogesh Bhattarai said the economic situation of the country was weakening and the government was not paying attention to this.