KATHMANDU:- Major opposition Nepali Congress leader and former DPM Prakash Man Singh has stated that the NC will continue to remain in opposition in the Parliament.
While inaugurating the SatyaSai Park in Shankhamul here today, leader Singh clarified that his party will stay in opposition following the public mandate.
He added that the ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) was given public mandate to rule for five years therefore NC will not be part of any power sharing games.
Singh said NC President Sher Bahadur Deuba’s latest meeting with Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli could not be interpreted as power sharing games while referring to the NCP disputes.
Leader Singh also blamed the government of not meeting public mandate despite having comfortable majority.
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