December 8, 2021

Political Arson In Nepal, Pushpa Kamal Dahal Makes Serious Allegations, Kp Oli Asks For 10 Days Time To Answer – PM Oli asks 10 days to answer serious allegations of political arrogance in Nepal


World Desk, Amar Ujala, Kathmandu
Updated Thu, 19 Nov 2020 08:41 AM IST

Pushpa Kamal Dahal-KP Sharma Oli (file photo)
– Photo: PTI

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Political rift continues within Nepal’s ruling Communist Party of Nepal (CPN). The much-awaited important meeting of the Central Secretariat of CPN was held on Wednesday, but the deadlock could not be resolved. Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has sought 10 days to respond to the allegations of party executive president Pushp Kamal Dahal Prachanda of running the government without consulting the party.

Next meeting on 28 November
As soon as the meeting began at Prime Minister Oli’s official residence in Baluwatar, Oli asked members of the party’s central secretariat to present a separate political document at the next meeting, to be given 10 days to prepare it. CPN spokesperson Narayankaji Shrestha gave this information. He told that the next meeting of the party will be held on 28 November.

Allegations of running the government contrary to party rules
The meeting was expected to discuss the 19-page political report given by the party’s working president Prachanda. According to sources in the ruling party, Prachanda accused Oli of running the government without consulting the party and against the party’s rules.

Also read: China trying to take advantage of rift in Nepal Communist Party

The meeting took place on 31 October between Oli and his rival Prachanda and after differences of opinion in CPN. Oli also turned down Prachanda’s request to convene a meeting of the Central Secretariat to resolve the current power struggle.

Prachanda raises the issue of Oli’s meeting with RAW chief
Ollie and Prachanda settled their differences in September after agreeing on a compromise on power, ending the months-long stalemate in the party. All nine members of the Secretariat were present in this important meeting. This meeting was organized on Prachanda’s initiative. A member of the standing committee of CPN said that Prachanda has raised many issues in his political report.

It also has a case of not informing the party secretariat regarding Oli’s recent meeting with Samant Kumar Goel, the head of India’s Research and Analysis Wing (RAW). Earlier, Oli had urged Prachanda to withdraw the report, saying it was not acceptable to him. Party sources said the deadlock was going on between the two leaders on several issues, including the controversy that emerged in the party after Goyal and Oli met on October 21.

Political rift continues within Nepal’s ruling Communist Party of Nepal (CPN). The much-awaited important meeting of the Central Secretariat of CPN was held on Wednesday, but the deadlock could not be resolved. Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has sought 10 days to respond to the allegations of party executive president Pushp Kamal Dahal Prachanda of running the government without consulting the party.

Next meeting on 28 November

As soon as the meeting began at Prime Minister Oli’s official residence in Baluwatar, Oli asked members of the party’s central secretariat to present a separate political document at the next meeting, to be given 10 days to prepare it. CPN spokesperson Narayankaji Shrestha gave this information. He told that the next meeting of the party will be held on 28 November.

Allegations of running the government contrary to party rules

The meeting was expected to discuss the 19-page political report given by the party’s working president Prachanda. According to ruling party sources, Prachanda accused Oli of running the government without consulting the party and contrary to the party’s rules.

Also read: China trying to take advantage of rift in Nepal Communist Party

The meeting took place on 31 October between Oli and his rival Prachanda and after differences of opinion in CPN. Oli also turned down Prachanda’s request to call a meeting of the Central Secretariat to resolve the current power struggle.

Prachanda raises the issue of Oli’s meeting with RAW chief
Ollie and Prachanda settled their differences in September after agreeing on a compromise on power, ending the months-long stalemate in the party. All nine members of the Secretariat were present in this important meeting. This meeting was organized on Prachanda’s initiative. A member of the standing committee of CPN said that Prachanda has raised many issues in his political report.

It also has a case of not informing the party secretariat regarding Oli’s recent meeting with Samant Kumar Goel, the head of India’s Research and Analysis Wing (RAW). Earlier, Oli had urged Prachanda to withdraw the report, saying it was not acceptable to him. Party sources said the deadlock was going on between the two leaders on several issues, including the controversy that emerged in the party after Goyal and Oli met on October 21.


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