Addressing the party’s student wing’s programme in Kathmandu today, the UML Chair asked the students to continuously raise voices for the cause of the country and people. “Work to fulfill the people’s expectations of prosperity and justice. You are the unexceptionally conscious group. Your every thought could inspire and illuminate others,” the former PM said.
On the occasion, he said that UML would move ahead in defence of rule of law and democracy, and the party was ready for legal and other battles to make this happen. He vented ire on the incumbent government for bringing budget just to benefit a handful of businesses. During the event, President of All Nepal National Free Students Union Ain Mahar handed over the post of chair to newly elected President Sunita Baral.