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Bhim Rawal and team stuck for five hours in Shital Niwas

16 December 2020  

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KATHMANDU: Nepal Communist Party (NCP) Standing Committee member Bhim Rawal and other leaders, who had reached the President’s Office in Shital Niwas to register an application with signatures were “stuck” for some five hours there.

Reason: Officials at the President’s Office hesitated to register the application urging President Bidhya Devi Bhandari to convene the session of the Parliament.

The leaders, including Rawal, Pampha Bhusal, among others had reached the President’s Office when other Standing Committee members had gathered at the Prime Minister’s Official residence in Baluwatar waiting for Prime Minister KP Oli and NCP Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal to come to the meeting.

Secretary to the President’s Office Hari Poudel informed that the petition signed by the lawmakers could not be registered.

The petition had signatures of 83 NCP lawmakers MPs calling for the special session.

Rawal termed it “unfair” for the officials at the President’s Office to keep them waiting for so long.

Publish Date : 16 December 2020 19:47 PM

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