1 December 2020, Kathmandu
The Secretariat meeting of the ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) will continue on Wednesday.
Speaking to media after the meeting held at Prime Minister’s residence in Baluwatar on Tuesday NCP Spokesperson Narayankaji Shrestha said that discussions have started on proposals by Chairman and Prime Minister KP Oli and Executive Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal alias Prachanda.
Secretariat members are yet to complete their views on proposals, the meeting will continue at 1 pm tomorrow, he said.
In the political proposal submitted in the Secretariat meeting on November 13, Dahal had stated that Prime Minister Oli has to ‘sacrifice for the party and the country’.
Dahal in his political dossier has stated that the almost two-thirds majority government could not live up to the expectations of the people, failed to control corruption, irregularities, coronavirus pandemic, and maintain good governance.
Similarly, Oli in his proposal has pointed out Prachanda’s checkered past life since the insurgency and leveled various accusations against him.
On November 13, Prachanda had tabled a 19-long political proposal, pointing out at various issues on Prime Minister Oli at the Secretariat meeting.
After 10 days in the Secretariat meeting held on November 28, Oli had presented a 38-long page political dossier in response to Dahal’s proposal.
In recent months, the ruling NCP has witnessed an intra-party dispute over the appointment of ambassadors, a Cabinet reshuffle, a dispute in Karnali Province, a vendetta among party cadres in Tarai districts, RAW Chief’s meeting with PM Oli.