KATHMANDU:- Chairman of the ruling NCP and Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli and another Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ have prepared a work plan on implementation of the report furnished by the dispute resolution task force in the party.
Deputy Chief of the publicity department of the party and PM’s Press Advisor Surya Thapa shared that the meeting held between the top leaders on Wednesday morning prepared a concrete plan on implementation of the task force suggestions. The work plan would be presented before the upcoming standing committee meeting of the party being held on Friday. The meeting was also attended by party General Secretary Bishnu Poudel.
The consensus proposal with the work plan will also be sent to the Standing Committee members. The chairmen have scheduled the standing committee meeting for the coming Friday at 11:00 am. The meeting was postponed since July 28. They had formed a task force to settle the dispute plaguing the party for quite a while. The taskforce suggestion was also discussed in the secretariat meeting on September 3.
The six-member task force coordinated by General Secretary Poudel had presented its report to the two chairmen on August 22. The report has suggested the PM and Chairman Oli concentrate on government activities with full tenure while another Chairman Prachanda to concentrate on party activities as executive chairman. Similarly, the task force suggested for Cabinet reshuffle, the conduct of party general convention on time, and the conclusion of the remaining tasks of party unification. The NCP standing committee meeting that began on June 24 had been postponed for several times over internal dispute in the party.
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