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Prachanda likely to announce Maoist office bearers, SC members


07 July 2022  

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KATHMANDU: Maoist Center Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal “Prachanda” is likely to announce the party’s office bearers and Standing Committee today.

The party is holding its Central Committee meeting at Nepal Academy, Kamaladi today as well.

Party Chairman Prachanda had on Wednesday postponed the Central Committee meeting and held a discussion with the former committee members at his private residence in Khumaltar.

The Central Committee meeting has already entrusted Prachanda to select and announce the names of office-bearers.

The party is yet to announce the office bearers and SC members even after holding the party’s general convention.

Party leaders, including Barshaman Pun and Janardan Sharma, are eyeing the post of General Secretary.

Both Pun and Sharma have suggested to Prachanda that they would be ready to work as the party’s general secretary.

They suggested Chairman Prachanda picked the office bearers in a way that would make him comfortable.

Likewise, leaders, including Pampha Bhusal, Shakti Bahadur Basnet, Haribol Gajurel and Giriraj Mani Pokharel have also been claiming the post of general secretary.

Publish Date : 07 July 2022 07:19 AM

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