Dhangadhi: The CPN-UML has embarked on a strategic journey to Madhyapahari with the aim of expanding its organizational reach. A team comprising two Deputy Secretary Generals has been dispatched to spearhead this mission.
According to CPN-UML Sudurpaschim, Deputy General Secretary Pradip Gyawali has been entrusted with leading a team to the East, while another Deputy General Secretary, Bishnu Rimal, has taken charge of the Western mission. The UML central office has reported that the team under the leadership of Deputy General Secretary Pradip Gyawali arrived in Biratnagar yesterday evening, while Deputy General Secretary Rimal's team has made inroads into the hilly districts of the Far West region.
Accompanying the Deputy General Secretaries on their respective missions are prominent figures, including the outgoing chairman of the UML Sudurpaschim Province Committee and House of Representatives member from Baitadi, Damodar Bhandari, Secretary of the UML Sudurpaschim Province Committee, Ran Bahadur Chand, former Chief Minister of Sudurpaschim, Rajendra Rawal, and other esteemed party leaders. Their primary objective is to conduct an on-site assessment of Baitadi and other districts via Dhangadhi.
It has been widely speculated that the CPN-UML intends to showcase its organizational prowess in Madhyapahar following November 26, with the precise date to be determined during an upcoming secretariat meeting.