UML conclave passes action plan on organizational clean-up

Decides continuity to ruling coalition


April 21, 2024


UML conclave passes action plan on organizational clean-up

CPN-UML leaders and conclave representatives.

KATHMANDU: The Godawari conclave of the CPN UML passed a proposal on organizational cleanup.

The first meeting of the UML general convention representatives’ council held at Godawari, Lalitpur univocally decided to observe 2081 BS as the year of party and organizational clean up.

UML publicity department chief Rajendra Gautam informed that leaders in different six teams discussed the reports presented in the meeting on Saturday and shared the conclusion on Sunday.

The report was passed by incorporating the suggestions of the team leaders.

The team leaders suggested the party that reduced membership fees, ensured electoral reform, maintained disclosure of income and expenditure of party leaders and cadres, and ended groupism in the party.

On Saturday, party Chair KP Sharma Oli had presented a political report, while General Secretary Shankar Pokhrel tabled the organization report.

Deputy General Secretary Bishnu Rimal presented various 13 proposals on contemporary politics in the meeting, publicity department chief Gautam said, adding that even the reports by central disciplinary commission, central account commission, central election commission and central advisory councils of the party were presented.

The meeting attended by 2,454 representatives resolved to make the current ruling alliance sustainable and result-oriented.

The meeting was to give continuity to the present coalition for stability and protection of nationality, according to Deputy General Secretary Rimal.