Young Communist League pledges to implement pact

January 3rd, 2009 - 3:22 pm ICT by ANI  

Kathmandu, Jan 3 (ANI): Young Communist League (YCL) chief Ganesh Man Pun has said that the YCL would fully comply with the agreement between the Maoists and the Nepali Congress (NC).
The commitment comes a day after Prime Minister Prachanda assured the Nepali Congress that the YCL would vacate private, public and government buildings and disband its paramilitary structure within three weeks.
During an interaction programme here on Friday, he said that YCL cadres would be established in society through involvement in various development activities.
“We have started the process of vacating the buildings and also of involving cadres in various development activities by opening various offices,” he added.
Pun also said YCL would be expanded but the youth would be involved in development activities such as road construction.
According to him, YCL cadres have been occupying government and privately owned houses in Balaju Industrial Area, Sitapaila, Kirtipur, Gongabu, Samakhushi, Kapan, Jorpati, Gwarko, Ekantakuna, Lele, Bhaktapur, Sallaghari, and Palashe in the valley, Kantipur reported. (ANI)

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