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Govt seems oblivious to its precarious situation: Oli

Oli's sarcasm: Nepali Congress is directionless as it lacks political ideology


17 May 2023  

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KATHMANDU: CPN-UML Chairman KP Oli has sniffed sarcasm over Nepali Congress (NC) saying it genuinely lacks a political nature.

Speaking on the occasion of the 30th Madan-Ashrit Memorial Day, in a program held in Balkhu on Wednesday, Oli dubbed NC as a party devoid of ideology.

“I know there is a party called the Nepali Congress, which is directionless. I no longer feel like giving it a political name,” he expressed sarcasm over NC.

In light of the grave circumstances the country is currently facing, Chairman Oli stated that the Nepali Congress, despite its long history, has become neglectful and inactive.

He stated that the Nepali Congress has lost its sense of direction and is uncertain about its future course.

UML Chairman Oli further stated that the CPN-UML will not compromise its principles for the sake of acquiring power or forming a government with any other political party.

Accusing the current coalition of being without a clear objective, he asserted that the absence of progress, instability, and chaos in the country can be attributed to the power-sharing alliance.

“The situation has deteriorated to such an extent that whether the government will continue or collapse remains uncertain,” Oli said adding, “Recently, I conveyed to the Prime Minister that once a frog is swallowed by a snake, even if a shrimp appears, the snake will extend its tongue to devour it.”

The incumbent government led by Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal “Prachanda” resembles such a scenario, as it finds itself surrounded by crises and on the verge of being consumed by multiple challenges.

However, the government seems oblivious to its precarious situation, he said.

Publish Date : 17 May 2023 10:19 AM

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