KAHTMANDU, Nov 10: Bikram Bahadur Thapa, minister for Woman, Children and Social Welfare has claimed that the democratic alliance will be victorious in the upcoming parliamentary and province assembly election. Thapa is a Rastriya Prajatantra Party (RPP) candidate for House of Representatives election from Kathmandu constituency-7.
Speaking during an interaction program organized by the Reporters’ Club Nepal on Friday, leader Thapa said, “Polarization between the two alliances (democratic and left) has created a new political wave in the country, and the voters are closely analyzing it. It is time for the voters to use their maximum intelligence while choosing a candidate.”
“The voters will choose democratic alliance over left alliance.” Thapa expressed his confidence adding, “There is no alternative to democratic alliance.”
“The Nepali Congress-led alliance will comfortably garner majority in the polls,” he added.
“People have seen the 10-year long war and CPN-UML led government. Therefore, people are in support of a stable and trustable government—which is possible only though the victory of democratic alliance.”
Thapa also claimed that he would win in constituency-7 of Kathmandu district. He said, “People have realized that it will be a mistake to choose the previously elected leader again. It is because they know that previous leaders could not fulfill their promise.”
“The voters are looking for new leader in the constituency. They will elect me,” he added.
Moreover, the RPP candidate Thapa has also support from Nepali Congress in the constituency. Meanwhile, the CPN-UML and CPN (Maoist Center) alliance has fielded Ram Bir Manandhar as a common candidate of the left alliance againt Thapa.