Conclusion of Nepali Congress Mahasamiti meeting today

KATHMANDU: The four-day deliberation of the Nepali Congress Mahasamiti, or national council, is set to wrap up today following the presentation of suggestions garnered from group-wise discussions held on various reports over the past three days.

Since February 19, the Mahasamiti meeting of the ruling party has been in session in Godavari, Lalitpur. Provincial office-bearers of the party will present the suggestions derived from the group discussions in today's plenary session.

Subsequently, the closing ceremony is scheduled to take place later this afternoon, as stated by Min Bishwakarma, Head of the NC Information, Communication, and Publicity Department.

Throughout the meeting, comprehensive reports have been presented by key figures within the party. Vice-President Purna Bahadur Khadka shared a report on policy proposals, while General Secretary Gagan Thapa addressed organizational proposals.

General Secretary Bishwaprakash Sharma provided insights into contemporary political proposals, and spokesperson Dr. Prakasharan Mahat focused on the current economic situation, prospects, and future direction. Additionally, Shyam Kumar Ghimire, the Audit Committee Coordinator, presented an audit report.

The voices of district presidents, heads of sister and well-wisher organizations, and public relations committees have been heard on all five reports submitted during the meeting.

With over 2000 Mahasamiti members from across the nation and abroad participating, the meeting has been a platform for robust discussions and strategic planning within the Nepali Congress.

As the curtains draw on this Mahasamiti gathering, the outcomes and resolutions reached are poised to shape the party's trajectory in the days to come. 

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