Ruling coalition decides to forge an electoral alliance in Birendranagar

By Muna Chand

Kathmandu, April 11

In Surkhet, the capital of Karnali Province, ruling parties have decided to forge an electoral
alliance in all 16 wards of Birendranagar municipality.

On Sunday, a municipal-level mechanism meeting chaired by Nepali Congress Municipal
President Upendra Khadka decided to form an electoral alliance with ruling coalition partners in the upcoming local election.

The meeting decided to take action as per the directives of the center, province, and district
leadership of the five-party aligning the spirit of coalition partnership at the local level.

NC Municipal President Khadka said that the mechanism decided to form a separate
mechanism made up of the municipal committee chiefs of the various parties, to regularize the meeting, and invite other representatives as needed.

Also present at the meeting were CPN (Maoist Center)’s Birendranagar Municipal Chairperson Ratna Gaha, CPN (Unified Socialist)’s Lok Prasad Chalise, Rastriya Janamorcha’s Bishnu Sharma, and Janata Samajbadi Party’s Fatte Bahadur Soti Magar.

Earlier, the ruling coalition parties in Surkhet had decided to forge electoral alliances in all nine municipalities of the district in local elections and activate municipal-level mechanisms.

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