BY N24 Correspondent, KATHMANDU:- A meeting of various organizational bodies of Nepal Communist Party (NCP)’s Nepal-Dahal faction has decided to launch nationwide protests on Friday, January 22, 2021 against Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli’s decision to dissolve the federal House of Representatives.
“Preparations for the protests will start on Sunday, January 17, as we will mobilize all our organizational bodies to make Friday’s protest successful,” said Yogesh Bhattarai, Joint Coordinator for the Central Struggle Committee.
A major protest will be staged in Kathmandu, while party bodies in all 77 districts will also organize the protests, Bhattarai added.
Meanwhile, Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has refuted news reports that he met with the Supreme Court Justices responsible for deciding the House dissolution case.
“It is so ridiculous to blame me that I met with them. Not just now, I have never met them before. I don’t even know them,” PM Oli said, as he was addressing a meeting of NCP cadres of his faction in the capital.
“On the question of House dissolution, a decision to this effect was taken as per the constitution of Nepal,” PM Oli said. “I am working to bring smile on the faces of Nepalese people. But this is not tolerable to Prachanda, who worked towards making children the orphans and married women the widows.”
In the meantime, Secretary at the Ministry of Home Affairs, Maheshwor Neupane, has instructed the Chief District Officers (CDOs) to formulate security strategies focusing on the election.
“We have security challenges specially from the violent Biplav group. We have to be vigil and ready to mitigate this and other challenges on the way to a successful election,” Secretary Neupane said, as he was addressing a meeting of security and administrative officials in Surkhet.
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