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NCP leader Nepal and PM Oli hold a one-on-one meeting


27 April 2020  

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KATHMANDU: With the intra-party wrangling gaining a new height, a senior leader of the ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP), Madhav Kumar Nepal and Prime Minister KP Oli held about an hour-long talk on Monday.

This, as party insiders say, is an effort to end the disputes that have arisen in the last couple of days, particularly after PM Oli brought two ordinances, which, however, have been withdrawn.

The two leaders had a one-on-one meeting at the PM’s official residence in Baluwatar for around an hour. Speculations are that the two leaders discussed the ongoing political wrangling and ‘misunderstandings’ that have surfaced in the last couple of days within the ruling party.

Nepal ‘camp’, backed by party Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal, is lately dissatisfied with the performance and ‘monopoly’ of PM Oli. Dahal, Nepal, another senior leader Jhalanath Khanal, among others are irked with the way PM Oli is trying to impose his decisions unilaterally.

“They are discontented with PM Oli’s working style,” a leader close to senior Nepal confided.

This becomes evident when the disgruntled faction of the party on Sunday evening held a meeting at Nepal’s residence in Koteswor on Sunday stood firm on seeking Oli’s alternative by calling a Standing Committee meeting.

The disgruntled leaders of the party have come together to oust PM Oli.

Meanwhile, PM Oli is endeavoring to “negotiate a deal” with senior leader Nepal to ensure that he does not have to walk away from Baluwatar.

Meanwhile, other leaders have concluded that PM Oli has failed to perform well as a Prime Minister and the party Chairman.

They are seeking an option to PM Oli saying that this is the only option to bail out the country from the current confusion.

Speculations are that the disgruntled section of the party is in favor of proposing senior leader Madhav Kumar Nepal as the next Prime Minister.

Party Chairman Dahal is learned to have assured senior leader Nepal in this regard. Meanwhile, a senior party leader revealed that leader Nepal’s meeting with PM Oli has been aimed at warning the latter to ‘act’ as per the party directives.

Publish Date : 27 April 2020 14:25 PM

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