Mishra resigns from Chairperson of Bibeksheel Sajha Party
Mishra has also thanked the party leaders and members who dedicated to building the party consistently.
KATHMANDU: MAY. 25 – Bibeksheel Sajha Party Chair Rabindra Mishra has resigned from his post. He resigned from the post citing the party’s discouraging results in the local level election held on May 13.
“I resign from the post of Party Chair on the basis of morality for the party’s dispiriting results in the election despite of selfless and sincere efforts from the heart and mind as well as monetarily as far as possible as the party’s coordinator before and as the Chair afterwards during the last five years’ period,” press release states. He has stated that he will remain as the general membership of the party in the coming days.
Mishra has made it clear that he will take the responsibility for the party’s dismal showing in the election in spite of fielding honest and capable candidates.
The Bibeksheel Sajha Party said that the election victory in one local level and two wards in Bara is due to the popularity of the party candidates.
Mishra has also thanked the party leaders and members who dedicated to building the party consistently even when the party was in an adverse condition in the last five years and all the well-wishers from within the country and outside who physically, morally and financially supported the party.
Stating that several parties and their leaders have nowadays started espousing and voicing the major agendas and slogans raised by Bibeksheel Sajha Party, Mishra said the nation’s transformation would not be possible until the major issues raised by Bibeksheel Sajha are addressed.