A meeting of the NC central leaders close to senior leader Sher Bahadur Deuba held at his Budhanilkantha residence on Sunday concluded that party president Koirala has violated the agreement reached on procedures for formation of the party’s departments and its leadership.
Dr Prakash Sharan Mahat, a leader close to Deuba, said that leader Deuba has objected to the party president’s decision to form the departments and assign responsibilities. Leader Deuba also said that he was being frequently cheated by party President Koirala, according to leader Mahat.
“I was not consulted previously while dissolving the party’s sister wings. This time too party President Koriala has ignored the agreement reached between us to form departments and assign responsibilities based on a consensus,” Mahat quoted Deuba as saying at the meeting.
Mahat said this issue would be discussed after the meeting of the party’s district presidents.
Some 27 NC central committee members close to Deuba were present at the meeting. The meeting also decided to hold discussion with party President Koirala regarding the formation of departments and appointments, and thereby reach to a concrete decision.
Meanwhile, the NC leadership is likely to propose to go for fresh elections by forming the NC-led national unity government.
Speaking at a face-to-face program organized in the capital on Sunday to shed light on the NC district presidents’ gathering to begin from tomorrow, President of NC Sindhupalchowk, Mohan Bahadur Basnet said the gathering would come up with a clear plan to resolve the current crisis facing the nation, and that the Congress would immediately make its prime ministerial candidate public if an agreement was reached on the same among the political parties.
NC district presidents’ gathering is scheduled to begin at Barhasinghe of Sindhupalchowk district from Monday. RSS
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