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NRNA 10th General Convention postponed second time

Guardian Council to hold elections within 6 months

N24 Correspondent, KATHMANDU:- The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has barred the current working committee from holding the 10th International General Convention of the Non-Resident Nepali Association (NRNA).

The ministry has written a letter directing that the tenth international convention should be held only through the Guardian Council and not by the current working committee.

Last Friday, the day the election schedule was made public, the foreign ministry has written a letter and assigned the responsibility of holding the election to the NRNA’s Guardian Council, led by former NRNA president Shesh Ghale.

Stating that the term of the current International Coordinating Council has come to an end, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has instructed it not to do anything that could have a far-reaching effect on the organization.

The election schedule of NRNA has been postponed for the second time by the foreign ministry. Initially, the NNA’s election schedule was set for October 19. Stating that there was a dispute among the delegates to the General Convention, the Foreign Ministry had directed to postpone the election process.

“For the first time in the history of the NRNA, there has been continuous interference from the government,” said Kumar Pant. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is in the game of taking control of the organization and winning the person it wants. ‘

“We have announced the schedule for the next election in a lawful manner, in coordination with the foreign ministry,” he said.

The foreign ministry has also issued a three-point directive questioning the legitimacy of the current International Coordinating Council led by Pant. “As the term of the current International Coordinating Council has come to an end, the council should not do anything to affect the organization,” the foreign ministry said in a statement to NRNA.

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