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गृहपृष्ठPoliticsNCP standing-committee meeting begins with commitment to get rid of intra-party disputes

NCP standing-committee meeting begins with commitment to get rid of intra-party disputes

Main ruling party holding standing-committee meeting that has been postponed for a long time


KATHMANDU : The much-awaited standing-committee meeting of the Nepal Communist Party (NCP) has begun and is scheduled to discuss a report submitted by the task force formed to resolve intra-party disputes.

After postponing the standing committee meeting repeatedly, the two chairmen of the NCP-KP Sharma Oli and Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’—agreed to convene the meeting for today following a consensus over a number of disputes plaguing the main ruling party for a long time. The meeting currently underway at the Prime Minister’s official residence in Baluwatar will discuss the joint report set to be presented by the chairman duo.

Earlier on Wednesday, Chairmen Oli and Prachanda had finalized the joint report. However, the political document does not incorporate the 15-point dissent of Madhav Kumar Nepal, a senior leader of the party.
Prime Minister Oli’s Press Advisor Surya Thapa said that the standing-committee meeting is expected to steer the party towards a ‘beautiful future’ leaving behind its past strife.

There is no other alternative to leaping toward the future based on unity, consensus and a forward-looking approach by getting rid of factionalism and alliance arithmetic within the party, he said.

Stating that both chairmen are the initiators and decision makers of the party unity, Thapa said that they are on a consensus to protect the party’s unification.





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