Kathmandu, July 4
An important assembly of Nepal’s ruling Communist Party to determine the political way forward for embattled Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli was postponed till Monday to permit extra time for the highest management to iron out their variations over his type of functioning and anti-India statements.
The assembly of the Nepal Communist Party’s 45-member highly effective standing committee was scheduled to be held on Saturday at 11 am native time. But it was postponed on the final minute. Prime Minister’s press adviser Surya Thapa mentioned the assembly was postponed till Monday as the highest leaders of the NCP required extra time to forge an understanding on the excellent points.
“The standing committee meeting has been postponed until 11 am on Monday as both the chairs needed time for further discussions,” mentioned Bishnu Sapkota, the press adviser to Prachanda mentioned individually.
The much-publicised assembly was supposed to start on the Prime Minister’s official residence in Baluwatar to discover a manner out from the continuing intra-party disaster which is dragging the ruling communist occasion near a cut up.
Earlier, the standing committee assembly scheduled for Thursday was additionally postponed because the senior leaders required extra time for discussions earlier than formally sitting down for the assembly. — PTI