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Vandalism at Province Assembly against NC’s policy and culture: Sharma 

05 October 2020  

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KATHMANDU: Nepali Congress (NC) Spokesperson Bishwa Prakash Sharma has said that the destruction during the meeting of Province 5 Assembly was against the policy and culture of the party.

Sharma said that the autonomy to violate the party’s culture would not be given to the lawmakers of the party that has been instrumental in transforming even the communist parties.

“The parliamentary system is a system of compulsion for the communists, a system of choice for the congress. We also must move forward by making it refined and cultured,” Sharma said in a tweet on Monday evening.

The party holds the strength to move ahead by correcting mistakes, he added.

Province 5 Assembly Hall witnessed a high voltage drama on Monday afternoon after the provincial government tabled a proposal over the province name and permanent capital.

While the province Minister Kul Prasad KC was going to table the government’s proposal in the rostrum of the assembly, NC lawmakers suddenly started vandalizing chairs. They smashed not only the chairs but also the microphones.

Publish Date : 05 October 2020 19:23 PM

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