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गृहपृष्ठPoliticsMaoist Centre to sit for talks with ruling partners, opposition to ‘end’ House obstructions

Maoist Centre to sit for talks with ruling partners, opposition to ‘end’ House obstructions


KATHMANDU – The ruling CPN (Maoist Centre) has decided to discuss with all the stakeholders concerned focussing on possible ways to end the ongoing House obstruction.

As party Chief Whip Hitraj Pandey said, a meeting of the party today took place at the party’s Singha Durbar-based parliamentary party office agreed to sit for discussions with the top leadership of ruling parties and of the major opposition on the matter.

Stating that talks and dialogues are ongoing at various levels to find a way out to the House disruption, he expected that it would happen soon. Party Chief Whip for the National Assembly, Gopi Bahadur Achhami, briefed the meeting about the NA affairs while Pandey reported about the HoR activities.

A total of 12 lawmakers both from the NA and HoR gave their opinions in regard with the briefings of Achhami and Pandey. In the meeting, party leader and Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ directed the lawmakers to contribute for the cause of social transformation along with good governance, prosperity and social justice, and for making the Federal Parliament more lively further increasing its efficiency.

He was of the view of implementing the decision taken by the party’s latest Central Committee meeting. As Dahal said, he would apprise the major opposition that it was decided to assign to the Nepal Police Central Investigation Bureau (CIB) the responsibility for carrying out a fair investigation into the smuggling of gold via Tribhubhuvan International Airport. “The entry of contraband is not just concerned about the revenue leakage of the State but it is connected to an organised crime and the CIB has been handed the responsibility to deal with the case,” the Prime Minister said as quoted by Pandey.

In the meeting, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Home Affairs, Narayan Kaji Shrestha, shed light on the roles of party in the Federal Parliament. As he said, Federal Education Act, Federal Civil Service Act and the Federal Police Act are the top priorities of the government and it is making efforts to present them in the House very soon.

It may be noted that the major opposition continues the obstruction of House proceedings since the confiscation of around 100 kilos of gold that was passed out of TIA last month. The party demands a fair investigation into the case.





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