Chand-led CPN among three parties announce protest programmes against elections

KATHMANDU: Netra Bikram Chand-led Communist Party of Nepal among three parties, who had decided to thwart the elections slated for November 20, have announced protest programmes.

Organizing a press conference in the Capital on Sunday, Chand-led Communist Party of Nepal, Rishi Kattel-led Nepal Communist Party and Scientific Socialist Communist Party Nepal led by Ahuti made public a joint struggle programme against the elections.

Saying that they would boycott the upcoming elections, they appealed to all to take part in the protest programmes.

The three parties have decided to hold assemblies in Kathmandu, Butwal, Itahari, Bardibas, Pokhara, Surkhet, and Dhangadhi from November 10-16 against the elections.

Scientific Socialist Communist Party Nepal General Secretary Ahuti said that they would organize corner assemblies and hold demonstrations in various parts of the country from November 12-16.

He was of the opinion that their struggle was against the current system and for the beginning of a new system.

Communist Party of Nepal spokesperson Khadga Bahadur Bishwokarma said that their protest was against the current system as the people are being deprived of their basic rights.

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