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PM Oli to convene CC meeting reviving UML

07 March 2021  

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KATHMANDU: Prime Minister KP Oli has said that he will work toward reviving the erstwhile Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxist-Leninist), CPN-UML.

Speaking at a meeting of the parliamentary party on Sunday evening, PM Oli said that both the decisions of the Supreme Court were against him adding that a meeting of the Central Committee would be summoned soon after reviving former CPN (UML).

PM Oli said the Supreme Court had ruled against the spirit of party unity.

“Both the decisions of the apex court were not pleasant for us. But we will move forward by accepting the decision of the court”, he said.

“If anyone withdraws his support for the government, I will take a vote of confidence within 30 days. Otherwise, I will play the role of a sincere opposition.

In response to the question raised in the meeting regarding those elected in the National Assembly, State Assembly and local level by-elections after the formation of the Nepal Communist Party (NCP), he said that it would be resolved on the basis of legal provision.

Meanwhile, Prime Minister Oli has expressed his reservation to the incidents surfaced in the House of the Representatives (HoR) meeting on Sunday.

Speaking at the meeting, PM Oli remarked that the HoR meeting was not conducted as per the parliamentary procedures and practices.

According to parliamentary party chief whip NCP in the National Assembly Khimlal Bhattarai, PM Oli expressed his dissatisfaction as the Speaker of HoR did not consult with Business Advisor Committee prior to the meeting.

Bhattarai further stated that the PM has shared about the future roadmap developed after the court’s verdict on the authenticity of the NCP.

According to Bhattarai, Prime Minister Oli expressed his views in the meeting to forward the party unification process following the new standards after correcting past weaknesses.

Bhattarai added that the meeting concluded to implement the today’s court decision.

Publish Date : 07 March 2021 21:02 PM

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