Kathmandu, March 4: The Central Policy and Training Foundation of the Nepali Congress has decided to provide inclusivity training to 1,200 general convention members on the occasion of the birth centenary of leader Ganesh Man Singh.
There will be five representatives of various ethnic and marginalized groups from each constituency- one representing Dalit, indigenous/nationalities, Muslim, disabled, and Madhesi while two from among women from the 240 constituencies.
At a press conference organized at the party central office, Sanepa, today, Foundation Coordinator and Vice-President of the party, Ram Chandra Poudel, said the training would be conducted in different seven places of the country beginning from March 8 training in Taulihawa of Kapilvastu. The training is of two day.
He further said the Ganeshman Balidan Abhiyan was undergoing in different 10 districts leader Ganeshman Singh treaded before going to exile in India after escaping from the Bhadragol Jail in 2001 BS. He was serving the life term with confiscation of all properties for his struggle against the autocratic Rana regime. The campaign has now reached in Syangja district.
Leader Singh, after breaking the prison wall walked across Kathmandu, Dhading, Nuwakot, Gorkha, Lamjung, Tanahu, Kaski, Syangja, Palpa and Rupandehi districts, and entered India for exile.
The campaign begun from Falgun 7, the historic day Nepali people became free from autocratic Rana regime, would end on Chaitra 26, another historic day the democracy was restored in Nepal.
On a different note, Vice-President Poudel said the Constituent Assembly meeting was postponed in view of the need of talks with 30-party alliance. But, the CA can’t be postponed for long now, he added.
According to him, his party has intensified talks with different parties to forge consensus on the disputed contents of the constitution.