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CPN-UML SC meeting underway in Lalitpur

Chairman Oli furnishing reply to central members’ concerns

Khabarhub

September 26, 2021

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CPN-UML SC meeting underway in Lalitpur

UML leaders at the party's Standing Committee meeting. (File Photo)

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KATHMANDU: The Standing Committee (SC) meeting of the CPN-UML is underway in Lalitpur.

The meeting is discussing the agenda and suggestions coming from the group discussions that were held on Friday and Saturday.

The meeting will also discuss the 10-point issues raised by party Vice-Chairman Bhim Rawal, a leader said.

Meanwhile, the party will also hold a meeting of the central committee today as well.

Party Chairman KP Oli is scheduled to furnish answers to the questions put forth by the party’s central members on Friday and Saturday.

The meeting held at the Tulsilal Memorial Foundation at Chasal in Lalitpur on Friday and Saturday discussed various proposals.

The CC meeting that started Friday had formed 10 groups to discuss three proposals.

After the group discussion, the team leaders announced the findings at the meeting.

Chief of the Publicity Department Yogesh Bhattarai informed that the meeting has been extended as the task of submitting group suggestions was not completed on Saturday.

The central committee meeting discussed the political report submitted by Chairman Oli, the organizational proposal submitted by General Secretary Ishwor Pokharel, and the legislative amendment proposal submitted by Deputy General-Secretary Bishnu Poudel.

He also said that UML has suggested forming a strong communist party by forging unity among all communist forces.

The party has also discussed making the UML party inclusive and of national character.

Likewise, the central members have suggested that a leader should not get executive posts for more than two terms.

According to a central member, among other issues, the question of managing leaders such as Ishwor Pokharel, Subash Nemwang, Bhim Rawal, Ashtalaxmi Shakya, Yuvraj Gyawali and Ram Bahadur Thapa was also raised during Saturday’s discussion.

Being “high profile” leaders, they will not agree to hold positions below the general secretary, the central members suggested.

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