CPN (Maoist Centre) Spokesperson Addresses Ncell Stake Sale Controversy and Government Challenges

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Bhaktapur, Dec 6: CPN (Maoist Centre) spokesperson and former Speaker Agni Sapkota asserted today that the government was not at fault in the sale of Ncell stakes. Speaking at an interaction organized by the Rafat Sanchar Club, Sapkota emphasized that the powerful probe committee should take necessary action if any wrongdoing is proven.

Sapkota clarified that the government is not implicated in the Ncell share sales case, and if anyone is found guilty, they should be held accountable. He highlighted challenges faced in various initiatives led by Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’, mentioning problems arising without the support of stakeholders.

The leader expressed the Prime Minister’s efforts in undertaking rescue and relief distribution for earthquake victims, noting challenges due to non-cooperation from certain sectors. He welcomed the government’s decision to involve the Nepali Army in relief distribution and urged addressing citizen concerns and criticisms for effective governance.

Asserting the stability of the ruling coalition for the next five years, Sapkota emphasized the importance of maintaining public trust. He commended the government’s achievements in handling the Lalita Niwas land scam, gold smuggling, and addressing the fake Bhutanese refugee issue. Sapkota also praised the Prime Minister’s foreign visits for strengthening diplomatic ties on the global stage.

While advising political parties to enhance intra-party democracy for overall national democracy, Sapkota expressed concern over the confusion within the parliament. He urged the parliament to reflect parliamentary practices and overcome obstacles in passing bills, emphasizing that no one is above the parliament, and it should remain a lively and pro-people institution.

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