Rabbi Lamichhane has reached Prachanda’s area of Chitwan and made public the important plans of his party. He called for an end to corruption, an end to corruption, a probe by staff leaders, a renaming of movable and immovable property earned from corruption, a preservation of culture and property, a guarantee of social security for workers and peasants, and the treatment of the sick. He said that those who can afford it will be paid by the government and free education will be provided up to +2. Qualified teachers have said that they will make good investment in education.
He said that if a person is released by the police, he will explain, if he does well, he will be respected, if he does bad, he will be prosecuted, he will have an online system in government business, he will open an account after giving birth to a daughter and pay for 18 years. Are “What we have said and put on social media will not change the society, so now we have to change the place,” he said. He said that although he could not do anything for Darsh, he felt that he could do so much for the country.
The youths who considered themselves independent were involved in Nepali politics by forming the “National Independent Party” for Humin. However, the National Independent Party (NIP), which has been criticized for manipulating taxes in recent times, is planning to enter the parliament with the aim of giving a sense of change to the people, putting ointment on the people’s centuries-old pain, wiping away tears. No voice has been heard in the recent political events of President Rabbi Lamichhane.
Speaking on the occasion, Rabbi said that he would never let your faith be shaken. People who are looking for Rabbi Lamichhane are asking the same question. The Rastriya Swatantra Party is holding its first general meeting in Chitwan on Saturday. He said that he has made Chitwan his first target and his first program is to teach him to fight in difficult situations, to learn, to be himself, to swim in the same human sea and to come to the Koshi Dhunga of Chitwan.
Rabbi Lamichhane, a well-known communicator, resigned from the media on June 22 to clean up the mess in politics. He started the “National Independent Party” and entered politics under its leadership. After some disagreement over whether the party’s name should be kept independent, the Election Commission recognized the “National Independent Party” and gave a bell inside the election symbol circle.