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NC starts discussions on no-confidence motion of state governments

20 January 2021  

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KATHMANDU: The main opposition Nepali Congress (NC) party has initiated discussions on the no-confidence motion against the state governments.

The Prachanda-Madhav group of the Nepal Communist Party (NCP) has filed a no-confidence motion against the Chief Minister of Province 1 and Bagmati Province. The NC is decisive in the power equation in both these states.

While the Prime Minister KP Oli faction and Prachanda-Madhav faction are at loggerheads, NC president Sher Bahadur Deuba on Wednesday held discussions with the leaders of State 1 at his Budhanilakantha-based residence.

The discussion basically focused on three options: To remain silent on the no-confidence motion; support the no-confidence motion as an opposition party; and give the right to the concerned state to decide.

The meeting held on Wednesday, meanwhile could not come to a conclusion due to diverse views coming from the party leaders.

Deuba, meanwhile, has decided to hold discussions with the leaders and parliamentarians of all the three states on August 22.

Publish Date : 20 January 2021 22:54 PM

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