CPN (Maoist Centre) Chairperson and Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has outlined a roadmap for the party’s lawmakers to play a more robust role in the Parliament, advocating for the people’s interests.
During a recent meeting of the CPN (Maoist Centre) Parliamentary Party at the parliamentary party office, Chairperson Dahal urged party lawmakers to proactively present the party’s policies and emphasize the positive initiatives undertaken by the government. The focus was on promoting good governance, social justice, and prosperity, with Dahal stressing that substantial efforts have been dedicated to these causes.
Prime Minister Dahal disclosed plans for a result-oriented budget in the upcoming fiscal year, affirming that projects below Rs 30 million would be delegated to the federal government. Emphasizing the need for a united approach among alliance parties, Dahal underscored the significance of protecting the federal democratic republic, a system achieved through collaborative political initiatives.
During the meeting, the Prime Minister shared insights into the government’s innovative approach to policy-making and budget formulation, ensuring active participation from citizens and lawmakers. He also addressed ongoing legislative efforts, expressing the commitment to passing key bills related to truth and reconciliation through a consensus-based approach.
CPN (Maoist Centre) lawmakers, echoing the sentiments of their leader, highlighted the urgency of resolving transitional justice issues during the current parliamentary session. Additionally, they advised the government to prioritize job creation and the promotion of the agricultural sector in the upcoming budget.
Lawmakers Janardan Sharma, Mahendra Bahadur Shahi, and Suresh Ale actively contributed to the discussion, emphasizing the need for a consolidated approach within the party and the broader political alliance.