HETAUDA: At a time when the delegates of the ongoing general convention are vehemently criticizing the signing of the BIPPA with India by Prime Minister and party Vice-chairman Dr Baburam Bhattarai terming an anti-national deal, Prime Minister Bhattarai defended his move and claimed that signing of the BIPPA was purely for brining in Indian investments in the country.
However, another vice-chairman Narayan Kaji Shrestha has presented a different political documents focusing on nationality. Shrestha has repeatedly said that signing of BIPPA was an anti-national pact.
“BIPPA would help establish more industries in the country and for economic revolution in the country. It should not be construed in other way,” Bhattarai who spoke at the beginning of today’s closed session managed to placate the cadres.
Bhattarai also hailed the party chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal’s political documents for highlighting the economic aspects. “Some issues have been missed in the document. We will give a fine tune to it by adding those points,” he said.
On a separate context, Bhattarai said that the party has not shunned its revolutionary path. “Goal has not changed though the way was changed. The party has not been revisionist. The party would reach its goal at any cost,” he claimed.