BIRATNAGAR:- Chief Minister of State 1 Bhim Acharya is scheduled to propose a vote of confidence today. The state assembly meeting has been called at 1 pm today. In the meeting, Acharya is going to ask for a vote of confidence. The proposal is unlikely to be voted on Friday, leaders said. That is why the opposition parties have accused the UML of trying to prolong its rule. Meanwhile, the ruling party has said that the proposal will be tabled today as the state assembly members who went to celebrate the tenth anniversary have not returned to Biratnagar.
Chief Minister Acharya had registered the information in the Parliament Secretariat on September 9 for a vote of confidence. After that, the parliament sitting was adjourned. There is a provision that a vote of confidence must be taken within a month of the split. That is why Acharya will have to face a vote of confidence. He became the chief minister on August 25.
If the vote of confidence is not passed by a majority of the parliament, the Chief Minister will be relieved of his post. At least 47 votes are required for a majority in the 93-member state assembly. But UML has only 41 votes. Meanwhile, the opposition alliance has 50 MPs, including 21 from the Congress, 15 from the Maoist Center, 10 from the CPN-U, three from the JSP and one from the Federal Democratic Forum.
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