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Chief Minister’s decision in Bagmati today


HETAUDA:- In Bagmati, the decision of the Chief Minister will be taken on Wednesday. Chief Minister Ashtalakshmi Shakya’s vote of confidence is being voted on today. For that, a meeting of the Bagmati Provincial Assembly has been called at 1 pm today. A vote of confidence was discussed in the state assembly meeting last Thursday. After that, the secretariat of the state assembly has made a schedule for voting in the meeting to be held on Wednesday afternoon Shakya was in the minority within a week of becoming the Chief Minister of Bagmati. After that, she submitted a proposal to get a vote of confidence in the state assembly on October 10.
There are currently 109 state assembly members in Bagmati. A majority requires 55 members. At present, there are 43 members of the UML, 23 members of the UCPN (Maoist), 22 members of the Nepali Congress, 13 members of the Unified Socialists and three members of the Vibekshil Saja Party in Bagmati. Similarly, Nemkipa and RPP have two members each and Janata Samajwadi Party Nepal has one member in the state assembly.

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