Nepal: PM Oli and Dahal meeting was inconclusive, decided to meet again before standing committee meeting


Nepal's PM Oli and Dahal meet for meeting (file photo)

new Delhi:

Prime Minister of Nepal K.K. The important meeting of the standing committee of the ruling Communist Party of Nepal is to be held on Monday to decide on the political future of P. P. Sharma Oli. Earlier, on Sunday, a meeting was held between Nepali PM Oli and Pushpakmal Dahal Pranchad. This meeting is over. There was no result even in this meeting on Sunday afternoon. Oli and Dahl have decided to meet again before Monday's Standing Committee meeting. There are differences between Communist Party leaders regarding Oli's autocratic style of functioning and his anti-India statements.

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The meeting of the Standing Committee of the Communist Party was to be held on Saturday first, but the meeting was postponed to Monday at the last moment. The meeting was to be held on Saturday at the Prime Minister's official residence in Baluvatar, where the idea was to find a way to avert the ongoing crisis within the party. Now the meeting of the standing committee is proposed for Monday. After the postponement of the meeting, Prime Minister Oli's press adviser Surya Thapa had told that the top leaders of the Nepal Communist Party (NCP) need more time to agree on the pending issues, so the meeting has been postponed till Monday.

Let us know that recently there was a dispute about the controversial comment of Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli. Oli said that after the publication of the new political map of Nepal, efforts are being made to remove them. A number of activities are taking place in "embassies and hotels" to remove them. He said that some leaders of Nepal are also involved in this. On his remarks, top leaders of the ruling Nepal Communist Party demanded his resignation.

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