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No change in poll date, PM reiterates

(Remarks by Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli at a large gathering of engineers organized by the Central Committee of the Progressive Engineering Association of Nepal at the National Assembly on Monday. Kathmandu, 1 February 2021. Photo: Chandrakala Chhetri, RSS)

KATHMANDU:- Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has reaffirmed his statement saying that the by-election announced for April 30 and May 10 would be held in the slated dates.
Addressing the engineering gathering organised by Progressive Engineering Association Nepal on Monday, the PM said that there was no doubt on timely election as people’s fresh mandate was needed for the country.
The PM was of the view that the House of Representatives (HoR) was dissolved since the HoR was made a forum for instability by the party leaders.
Stating that he was in favour of law, Oli said that the verdict of the justices was acceptable to him in regard to the HoR dissolution.
Also speaking at the programme, Minister for Energy, Water Resources and Irrigation Top Bahadur Rayamajhi said that the incumbent government was always active for the cause of nation and safeguarding of the constitution.

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