UML to launch ‘Mission Grassroots’ campaignThe two-month-long campaign is aimed at the ideological and organisational strengthening of the party.
The CPN-UML has announced a ‘Mission Grassroots’ campaign aimed at the ideological and organisational strengthening of the party.
A secretariat meeting of the party held on Thursday decided to hold the two-month-long campaign from February 13.
During the campaign, central committee members will stay at the local levels for two months and work according to the 11 action plans determined by the party, the UML said in a statement.
Pradeep Gyawali, UML’s deputy general secretary, said the party will move forward in a new way after the conclusion of the campaign.
The meeting also concluded that the incumbent government ‘formed on the initiative of the party’ has created across-the-board enthusiasm among the people.
“Positive impacts have been seen in all sectors including the economy of the country after the formation of the current government. It has been decided to move forward by strengthening the current coalition for political stability and economic reforms,” reads the statement.
The meeting also appointed standing committee member Brinda Pandey as chief of the economic and project department of the party and Rajendra Gautam as the Province-1 in charge among others.