Preparations to overthrow the Oli-led government from the Standing Committee meeting
Staff Writer, KATHMANDU:- Meeting of the ruling Nepal Communist Party, (NCP) Standing Committee has started in Baluwatar. Before the meeting, earlier this morning President Vidyadevi Bhandari and Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli met at Shital Niwas.
Prime Minister Oli had reached Shital Niwas before the meeting of the Nepal Communist Party, (NCP) Standing Committee which started at the PM’s residence in Baluwatar at 11 am on Tuesday.
Prime Minister Oli has reached Shital Niwas to consult with President Bhandari on the recent game of change of power and the balance of power within the Nepal Communist Party, (NCP).
Prime Minister Oli has reached Shitalniwas this time as usual to seek a solution to the political crisis.
The standing committee meeting of the ruling Nepal Communist Party, (NCP) has been sitting in Baluwatar since last Wednesday.
Controversy has erupted within the party over the Prime Minister’s remarks on Madan Bhandari’s birthday on Sunday.
Prime Minister Oli has become defensive within the party after another party chairman Prachanda, senior leader Madhav Kumar Nepal and Jhala Nath Khanal’s party leaders launched an attack on the government’s activities.
At this time, the goevrning style of Prime Minister Oli has intensified the attacks on the opposition within the party and internal disputes have also erupted within the ruling Nepal Communist Party, (NCP).
It may be recalled that after the government released the new map, reports have surfaced that MPs are also engaged in the game of buying and selling in an exercise to form a government led by Prachanda, another chairman of the ruling Nepal Communist Party, (NCP).
According to the party leaders, today’s meeting showed signs of escalating the controversy further over the government’s actions and the US support MCC Compact.
There have been indications that China, a northern neighbor, has endorsed the Indian proposal for a change of government on the condition that US aid the MCC compact not be passed in parliament.
Published Date: Monday, June 29th, 2020 | 08:02 PM