Nepals ruling party leaders ask for Prime Minister Olis resignation – Nepal's ruling party leaders demand Prime Minister Oli's resignation


Prime Minister of Nepal KP Oli (File Photo)


For the controversial remarks of Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, the top leaders of the ruling Nepal Communist Party demanded his resignation on Tuesday. Oli recently said that efforts are being made to remove him after the publication of the new political map of Nepal. Former Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' criticized him for the remarks made by the Prime Minister on Sunday, even as the ruling party's standing committee meeting began at the Prime Minister's official residence in Balwaters. He said, "India is conspiring to remove them, this comment of the Prime Minister is neither politically correct nor is it diplomatically appropriate." He cautioned, "The Prime Minister's neighbor making such statements Our relations with the country may deteriorate. ''

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Prime Minister Oli said on Sunday that a number of activities are taking place in "embassies and hotels" to remove him. He said that some leaders of Nepal are also involved in this. A senior leader quoted Prachanda as saying that it is not right for the Prime Minister to accuse the leaders of the neighboring country and his own party.

He said that apart from Prachanda, senior leaders Madhav Kumar Nepal, Jhalanath Khanal, vice-president Bamdev Gautam and spokesperson Narayanakaji Shrestha asked the prime minister to give evidence and resign on his allegations. He said that the Prime Minister should resign on moral grounds for such remarks. However, the Prime Minister present in the meeting did not comment.

Prachanda is constantly saying that there is no coordination between the government and the party and that one person is insisting on the demand for one post. Earlier in April too, senior leaders had asked Oli to resign as Prime Minister. A senior leader of the Nepal Communist Party said, "It shows that the Prime Minister is in a minority in both the 48-member Standing Committee and the nine-member Central Secretariat."

Earlier in April too, senior leaders had asked Oli to resign as Prime Minister. Oli said on Sunday, "I made no mistake by claiming my land. This land was taken away from us for the last 58 years after Nepal had the right to these areas for 146 years.

(This news has not been edited by the NewsBust team. It is published directly from the Syndicate feed.)


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