Govt working towards laying basis for socialism: PM Prachanda

Kathmandu, June 28: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has said that the government was trying to prepare the basis for socialism by institutionalizing the achievements of revolutions and changes.     

Launching a memoir ‘Sahashik Yoddha Jagat Bahadur Bohora (Valiant Warrior Jagat Bahadur Bohora)’ related to Jagat Bahadur Bohora here today, PM Prachanda reiterated that the government was moving ahead with good governance, social justice and prosperity as its priorities.     

“We have come to a socialism-oriented federal democratic republic on the foundation laid by the sacrifices and the sufferings of thousands of martyrs, forcefully disappeared combatants and tens of thousands of revolutionary warriors. We should embark on the journey of socialism by institutionalizing these achievements,” asserted the PM.     

Recalling Bohora who delivered keeping the emancipation of the country and people, and changes in the centre in any challenging situations, the Head of the Government said that Bohora also made a significant contribution to the People’s War that was in favour of the revolutionary transformation of Nepali society.     

Bohora was injured in a peaceful cultural programme staged against the single-party autocratic Panchayat system at Piskar in Sindhupalchowk district in 2040 BS.     

Ile Thami and Bir Bahadur Thami along with other protestors were killed while the remaining others were brutally suppressed.     

Dozens of warriors including Chhatra Bahadur Bohora, Man Bahadur Thami, Meghnath Poudel, Arun Nepal, Suresh Nepal, and Gopal Thapaliya among others were detained and put behind bars.     

Bohora was one among those critically hurt in the incident.     

Present in today’s book launch programme were CPN (Maoist Centre) Spokesperson Agni Prasad Sapkota, and CPN (UML)’s Amrit Kumar Bohora among others. (RSS)

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