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NC General Secretaries “working” to make party vibrant, dynamic


04 May 2023  

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KATHMANDU: In a bid to make the party more dynamic and vibrant, “youth leaders” of the Nepali Congress (NC) have initiated internal discussions.

NC General Secretaries Gagan Thapa and Bishwa Prakash Sharma have “spearheaded” efforts to make the party more vibrant and give it a new impetus.

Thapa, Sharma along with NC leaders Purna Bahadur Khadka and Dhanraj Gurung have time and again discussed the issue with party President Sher Bahadur Deuba, who as sources claim, has extended his “cooperation” for the same.

General Secretary Sharma says the party’s next Central Committee meeting is expected to discuss and finalize the completion of party departments and sister organizations such as Nepal Students’ Union and Tarun Dal.

According to NC statute, the party should hold Central Committee meetings at least once every two months.

After the convention, the party held the central committee meetings only 3 times.

Even the Central Committee, which should have 168 members, has not been completed yet as party President Deuba has yet to nominate 20 more central members from various clusters.

According to the statute, Deuba should have completed the central committee within 6 months after the convention, but he has not even nominated the treasurer for a year and a half.

Nepali Congress has 28 departments including organizations and publicity.

Publish Date : 04 May 2023 09:36 AM

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