Bhaktapur, Chairman of Nepal Workers and Peasants Party, Narayanman Bijukchhe, has said that a risk of a new war has increased in the world.
At a talk programme on 'Past and Present of Socialist Movement' organised by Nepal Professors' Society here today, Chairman Bijukchhe protested against the severe blockade by United Nations against North Korea while noting that restriction of oil supplies has also increased the possibility of a war.
He said that the conflict is likely to become severe as a result of the force being exerted to make Jerusalem the capital of Israel.
The programme was organised on the occasion of birth anniversary of Communist leader of Russia, Stalin, and the Communist leader of China, Mao-Tse-tung, and Independence Day of Cuba.
Similarly, Secretary of the NWPP and newly elected parliamentarian Prem Suwal said that the CPN (UML) could not be a revolutionary as it has headed on the path of the Nepali Congress.
Likewise, member of Provincial Assembly Surendraraj Gosain, expressed the hope that people of the globe would be benefitted from China's progress.
Society Chairman Sarojraj Gosain, among others shed light on the importance of socialist revolution.