Parliament is not place for making personal allegations

Kathmandu, Mar 13: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ said that parliament is not a suitable place for blowing allegations and recrimination. 

Addressing the House of Representatives (HR) before attaining the vote of confidence on Wednesday, PM Prachanda said that private and personal accusations should not be made in the parliament. 

“Even though the reformation of the government is just a political process, Nepali Congress (NC) counterparts described it as apolitical and made an accusation and attack on me. I did not want to give recrimination as I believed and believe that the sovereign parliament is not a place for accusations and recriminations.”

Recalling that NC itself declared PM as the national leader, PM Prachanda wanted to put his opinions saying that the wrong message goes to history if a counter is not given to the accusations being recorded in Parliament. 

PM Prachanda said that all must stand together to solve the problem. He stressed that we need to build unity to realize endless possibilities. 

“As a PM I am committed to agreement, collaboration and mutual trust rather than ban, insult, and revenge amid the various allegations,” said the PM. 

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