Prachanda-Nepal faction instructs NCP lawmakers not to leave Kathmandu Valley « Khabarhub
Tuesday, July 23rd, 2024

Prachanda-Nepal faction instructs NCP lawmakers not to leave Kathmandu Valley


24 February 2021  

Time taken to read : 2 Minute


  • A
  • A
  • A

KATHMANDU: Nepal Communist Party (NCP) Prachanda-Nepal faction’s chairmen Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ and Madhav Kumar Nepal have instructed party lawmakers not to leave Kathmandu Valley for the time being.

Addressing the NCP Parliamentary Party’s meeting in Singh Durbar Kathmandu on Wednesday, Chairmen Prachanda and Nepal instructed all party lawmakers to remain in regular contact with the party.

“The political scenario might change at any time. Therefore, except for emergencies, lawmakers should not leave the Valley,” one of the lawmakers quoted Prachanda as saying during the parliamentary party’s meeting on Wednesday.

A leader source claimed that 80 lawmakers of NCP attended the meeting and several others could not join it as they have been outside the Valley.

Earlier on Wednesday, a Standing Committee meeting of the faction decided to forge a consensus with the main opposition party Nepal Congress (NC) and other parties to ensure political stability in the country.

The meeting held at the party office in Peris Danda also decided to cancel all protest programs against the government.

Publish Date : 24 February 2021 19:19 PM

Nepal sees Rs 1,440 billion foreign trade deficit in 2023/24

KATHMANDU: Nepal’s foreign trade in the fiscal year 2023/24 saw

Bahadur Singh Lama stakes claim as Bagmati Province Chief Minister

KATHMANDU: Bahadur Singh Lama, the parliamentary party leader of the

Service seekers undergo hassles at Transport Office (Photos)

KATHMANDU: Service seekers at offices under the Transport Management Department

Cash crops worth over Rs 15 billion exported to India from Kakarvitta point

JHAPA: Kakarvitta, a key transit point in Jhapa of eastern

Simaltal bus plunge: Search for missing buses and passengers enters 12th day

CHITWAN: The search for two missing buses and their passengers