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PM Dahal flexible to forming parliamentary probe committee, claims NC leader Lekhak


12 May 2024  

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KATHMANDU: Following a meeting at the Prime Minister’s official residence in Baluwatar, Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda has reportedly expressed openness to establishing a parliamentary committee to probe the cooperative case involving Home Minister Rabi Lamichhane.

Chief Whip of Nepali Congress, Ramesh Lekhak, conveyed the party’s demand for an inquiry into Lamichhane’s involvement in the cooperative case.

Prime Minister Dahal responded positively to the proposal, indicating willingness to address the matter, according to Lekhak.

“We have emphasized the necessity of a parliamentary inquiry committee concerning cooperatives. Our dialogue with the Prime Minister centered on this issue, and he has shown receptivity,” stated Lekhak.

“This is a positive development. We have presented our stance, and the Prime Minister has responded affirmatively,” he added.

According to him, NC’s central working committee meeting scheduled for 1 o’clock tomorrow, followed by a parliamentary party meeting at 2 o’clock will deliberate further,” Lekhak stated.

He further also mentioned that the Nepali Congress would make additional decisions based on the outcomes of Monday’s parliamentary party meeting.

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