The meeting ended without any major breakthrough as the meeting has been marred by controversies over the proposal of making appointment on different party positions. Most of the participants of the meeting opposed the proposal floated by party chairperson Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda for appointment in key posts of the party.
In the report, Chairman Dahal proposed nine-member Office Bearers, 25-member standing committee with seven alternative members, 51-member politburo with 14 alternative members and 151-member CC. The meeting, however, decided to hold extended plenum starting July 19. UCPN-Maoist leader Devendra Paudel however said that the extended plenum was called to settle and take final call on party appointments.
Meanwhile, the office bearers’ meeting of the party has decided to call for withdrawal of Vice-Chairman Baburam Bhattarai’s proposal of sacrificing his post in the party.
The meeting held at the UCPN-Maoist Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal’s residence in Lazimpat today urged Vice-Chairman Bhattarai to withdraw his proposal for relinquishing the post. Being irate from the ongoing rift over the party portfolios, Bhattarai on Saturday had announced that he had ‘given up’ his Vice Chairman post.
Addressing the meeting of the Central Committee on Sunday Bhattarai does not accept the call of Office Bearers and declined to review his decision to quit as VC saying that it was his final decision. The decision of Bhattarai has put party chairperson Dahal into risk as it has exerted pressure to Party President for resignation.
Comment here !
BIRGUNJ:- Retailers in Birgunj, Parsa have shut down all goods transportation services after the rise in prices of petroleum products.
KATHMANDU:- Minister for Energy, Water Resources and Irrigation Pampha Bhusal has announced to bring new policy to increase power consumption
KATHMANDU:- National Assembly (NA) members have drawn the attention of the House and the government to the country’s contemporary issues.
KATHMANDU:- The Community School Management Committee Federation of Nepal (SMC Federation) has urged the government to revoke its decision to