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Janata Samajwadi Party on verge of split

According to Yadav's party leader Ram Sahay Yadav, who participated in the meeting, Yadav's party will write a letter to the Election Commission and Parliament Secretariat on Sunday informing Mahato that the party has not decided to select the leader of the parliamentary party. "We have not elected any parliamentary party leader.

N24 Correspondent, KATHMANDU:- After reaching the party’s footfall, both sides of the Janata Samajwadi Party have been active in showing a majority in the executive committee and the parliamentary party comittee.

Leaders of Yadav’s party claim that a majority of the members of the executive committee were present at the meeting of the executive committee convened by Upendra Yadav’s party on Saturday.

The meeting concluded that the decision of Mahanta Thakur’s supporters to elect Rajendra Mahato as the leader of the parliamentary party was illegal.

According to Yadav’s party leader Ram Sahay Yadav, who participated in the meeting, Yadav’s party will write a letter to the Election Commission and Parliament Secretariat on Sunday informing Mahato that the party has not decided to select the leader of the parliamentary party. “We have not elected any parliamentary party leader.

The news in the newspapers that Mahatola has been selected as the party leader is baseless, ‘Yadav said, adding,’ We will take up the matter with the Parliament Secretariat and the Election Commission on Sunday. ‘

The Thakur faction will inform the Parliament Secretariat and the Election Commission on Sunday that Mahato has been selected as the leader of the parliamentary party. Leaders of Thakur’s party held a meeting on Friday and announced that Mahato had been selected as the leader of the parliamentary party. Leaders of Mahato’s party have said that Mahato was elected party leader by a majority of MPs. Yadav’s party has also claimed that it has a majority in the parliamentary party.

Upendra Yadav is in the majority in the 51-member executive committee. After three members of the executive committee of the former Rashtriya Janata Samajwadi Party, Mahendra Yadav, Ramesh Yadav, and Gajadhar Yadav, changed their lot to Upendra Yadav, Upendra Yadav’s party got a majority in the executive committee. In the parliamentary party, both sides are equal.

Both sides have 16 MPs, but both sides claim to have more than 16 MPs in their favor. Leaders of the Thakur faction have claimed that there were 19 MPs in the Thakur faction at a meeting held at the Doleshwor Resort in Bhaktapur on Thursday. But Thakur’s party leaders do not want to talk about the MPs who have changed their lot.

A leader of Thakur’s party also claimed that some lawmakers who were active in favor of Upendra Yadav were also in his favor. He said, “If Jaspa joins the government, who changed the lot will be seen in the swearing-in. Let’s not talk now. ’

Ramesh Yadav, a supporter of Upendra Yadav and a member of the executive committee, claimed that two other members of the executive committee had come from Thakur-Mahato’s side. He said that Upendra Yadav was also in the majority in the parliamentary party.

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