Govt signs three-point agreement with Biplav group of NCP

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Kathmandu: The government on Friday has signed a three point agreement with the Nepal Communist Party led by Netra Bikram Chand (Biplav).
Both the sides have reached an agreement early on Thursday. As per the newly signed agreement, the then outlawed outfit will now join mainstream, peaceful politics.

Likewise, the government will release all the party cadres that are currently in prisons under various charges.

Speaking at the occassion, Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has said that Nepal has now entered a peaceful era. Oli said, “No party is now pursuing a violent path and policy. This means that there is no violent conflict in Nepal, there is peace.”

He also thanked Biplav saying that the country has achieved a lot through a decision of the group’s general secretary Netra Bikram Chand.

Prime Minister Oli also said the three-point agreement with the rebel group is the result of a long effort. Stating that it would be difficult for the cadres to turn around when a party is taking a political path, Oli said that some leaders would fail to take such a step, adding that the uprising was successful.

Meanwhile, general secretary Chand said that he is committed to the agreement to come to peaceful politics.

However, he said that the program of integrated people’s revolution taken six years ago is still going on. Explaining the weakness of the current parliamentary system, they have also demanded a referendum on scientific socialism.

Emphasizing on the implementation of the agreement reached with the government, Biplav also demanded to create an environment where their demands would be met.

He said that the people have never been able to take a ‘step’ freely and sometimes even when the state government tries to take a step, it is not possible.

Likewise, the government will release all the party cadres that are currently in prisons under various charges.

Speaking at the occassion, Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has said that Nepal has now entered a peaceful era. Oli said, “No party is now pursuing a violent path and policy. This means that there is no violent conflict in Nepal, there is peace.”

He also thanked Biplav saying that the country has achieved a lot through a decision of the group’s general secretary Netra Bikram Chand.

Prime Minister Oli also said the three-point agreement with the rebel group is the result of a long effort. Stating that it would be difficult for the cadres to turn around when a party is taking a political path, Oli said that some leaders would fail to take such a step, adding that the uprising was successful.

Meanwhile, general secretary Chand said that he is committed to the agreement to come to peaceful politics.

However, he said that the program of integrated people’s revolution taken six years ago is still going on. Explaining the weakness of the current parliamentary system, they have also demanded a referendum on scientific socialism.

Emphasizing on the implementation of the agreement reached with the government, Biplav also demanded to create an environment where their demands would be met.

He said that the people have never been able to take a ‘step’ freely and sometimes even when the state government tries to take a step, it is not possible.

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