Kathmandu, April 22: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' has said that Nara Bahadur Karmacharya, who continuously worked in favour of the country and the people, is the political guardian of the country itself.     

Addressing the programme organized by the Nara Bahadur Karmacharya Memorial Foundation here today, he described the late Karmacharya as the 'political guardian' who created a positive environment for the revolution and the movement.     

"The Nara Bahadur Karmacharya Memorial Foundation has been set up in his name.'Nara Bahadur Karmacharya Memorial Polytechnic School' has also been established at Mahalaxmisthan of Lalitpur in his honour and memory," the PM said.     

Stating that the late Karmacharya had played an active role in the anti-Rana movement and the worker's movement while becoming affiliated to the Prajatantra Sangh (Democracy Association) since 2005 BS, Prime Minister Prachanda recalled that the late Karmacharya was one among the four founders of the Nepal Communist Party.     

PM Prachanda recalled that inspired by the Chinese people's revolution and the Telangana farmers' revolt, Karmacharya established the worker's organisation following the establishment of the Communist Party in Nepal. According to him, communist leader Karmacharya who relentlessly was active in the uplift of the labour movement also fulfilled the responsibility of the party and as the people's representative simultaneously.     

Noting that an untainted, uncontroversial, unassuming and friendly leader Karmacharya had always remained effortful in upholding coordination and understanding, PM Prachanda eulogised him as a leader who was committed to principles, had unflinching faith in the revolution and had a penchant for the revolutionary spirit. (RSS)