BHAKTAPUR: Nepali Congress (NC) leader Prakash Man Singh has argued that his party won’t hastily join the government this time.
Inaugurating a business venture in Madhyapur Thimi Municipality-3 on Thursday, leader Singh expressed the doubt that NC will plunge into difficulty if the party joined the government since the parliamentary party of the Nepal Communist Party (NCP) was still active and the party has not officially spit. NC should not decide to join the government, he argued, adding NC should think only if the communists approached the NC after their failure to run the government.
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