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PM Oli says he is not in a mood to resign soon

24 February 2021  

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KATHMANDU: Prime Minister KP Oli has hinted that he was not in a mood to resign from the post of PM immediately.

Speaking at a program organized in the capital today, PM Oli said that though his resignation might be sought from various forums, the government will get its continuity.

“Though some protests might arise seeking my resignation, the government will still be there, the journey towards development and prosperity will go ahead unhindered,” PM Oli said in the program organized by the Ministry of Agriculture.

Making a sarcastic remark at Prachanda-Nepal’s celebration and sharing sweets to each-other he said that only those wrapped in selfishness go for such celebrations.

“Some of my brothers ate ‘laddus’ (sweets) and sweetened their mouths, let’s see what reward will they get now,” PM Oli said sarcastically about Prachanda-Nepal’s celebration after the restoration of House of Representatives.

PM Oli also claimed that the country has made remarkable progress during his premiership.

Publish Date : 24 February 2021 18:49 PM

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