Nepal’s ruling occasion places off meet once more


Kathmandu, July 8

A vital assembly of the ruling Nepal Communist Party to determine the political way forward for beleaguered Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli was as soon as once more deferred on Wednesday until Friday to permit extra time for the highest leaders to succeed in a power-sharing deal amid the heightened intra-party rift and his anti-India remarks.

The 45-member standing committee assembly has been postponed until Friday, mentioned Surya Thapa, the Prime Minister’s Press adviser. — PTI



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