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Prachanda turned his residence into headquarters of his faction: Minister Gyawali


23 January 2021  

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GULMI: Minister for Foreign Affairs Pradeep Gyawali has accused Nepal Communist Party(NCP) Chairman Prachanda for promoting faction interest in the party by using his residence as the headquarter for the faction.

Addressing a gathering of leaders and cadres organized by NCP (Oli faction’s) Resunga Municipal Committee, Minister Gyawali lambasted former PM and party’s Chairman Prachanda for hatching conspiracy against the government.

“Prime Minister Oli was forced to dissolve the House of Representatives because the Dahal-Nepal faction sidelined the government and conspired for the post,” he told in the gathering, “The present crisis is the outcome of the allegation letter filed by Prachanda.”

Minister Gyawali added that there was no alternative to a fresh mandate as the government did not have the opportunity to perform at had planned.

Publish Date : 23 January 2021 20:18 PM

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