Nepali Congress leader Prakash Man Singh, who is also the ruling alliance’s election candidate in Kathmandu’s constituency-1, has made the election manifesto public and increased campaigning.
Leader Singh stated at a press conference that he ran for office based on people’s aspirations in the area. It is the fourth time he has asked for votes, with the slogan “Influence in the center, development in the constituency.” He promised that if elected, he would honestly carry out the people’s mandate.
Prakash Man Singh makes his election manifesto public
“I have already been elected Vice President of the party and Deputy Prime Minister.” As a result, I have the ability to influence in the center and advance development in the constituency,” he said, laying the groundwork for his candidacy. Leader Singh also recalled that the country received a constitution under NC leadership, which is now being institutionalized.
He believes that voting for candidates from the ruling alliance, including the Nepali Congress, is essential. He stated that he intended to ensure quality education, set up laboratories in ward-level health facilities, and create jobs.
He also emphasized the significance of technical education in terms of job creation.