Ravi Lamichhane, Chairman of the Rashtriya Swatantra Party, has not yet decided where he will stand for the House of Representatives from Kathmandu 2-3 and Chitwan 2-3. On the last day of nomination registration, Rabi Lamichhane reached the people’s doorstep after registering his candidacy from Chitwan Region No. 2.
Rabi said that by going to people’s doorsteps, yesterday’s work has brought more support to the people today, strengthening Laya and will remain in the hearts of the people. Rabi had fun playing Madal and dancing with the people who were preparing for Dasain Tihar while he was at the Ghardailo program.
She said that she is hoping to get more love from the people in the coming journey tomorrow by making an alliance with the people for the development of the country and the people. Lamichhane, who has been raising his voice for social change for a long time, is no longer enough to speak on television, he is going to fight in the election saying that he will make his voice loud from the parliament building.
Before the candidacy from Chitwan was decided, Lamichhane and his associates also discussed with the disaffected workers of Nepali Congress. . Pusp Kamal Dahal Prachanda, who has made plans to contest the election from Chitwan, has reached Gorkha to contest the election, but Rabi Lamichhane is going to come to Chitwan to contest the election. Umes Shrestha, who is also the state minister, is giving his candidacy from Chitwan 2.
He is the trust of Sir Bahadur and he is a person who has become a member of Parliament twice from proportional representation. He said that in order to change the country, every citizen should change their vote in the future, and the worthless people who have been ruling the country should show up in the upcoming elections. Rabi Lamichhane, a well-known communication worker who has been building his clean image in the eyes of the common citizens living abroad in the field of communication, said that even though he was involved in the communication media, the situation led him to politics.