By N24 Correspondent, KATHMANDU:- Amid split in the ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP), Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli organized and addressed a meeting of his faction, stressing that the reinstatement of the House of Representatives is not possible as per the constitution of Nepal.
“Comrades Prachanda and Madhav Kumar Nepal have been demanding House restoration from the street. But it is not provisioned in the constitution,” PM Oli said.
Addressing the meeting of party cadres and supporters from Sudur Pashchim Province at Karki Banquet, Babarmahal, Kathmandu on Wednesday, December 30, 2020, PM Oli said he already knew Pushpa Kamal Dahal “Prachanda” and Nepal had majority inside the party.
“Comrades Prachanda and Nepal misused the majority inside the party. I have a briefcase full of agreements with comrade Prachanda. But he did not stand with those agreements signed after the party unity,” PM Oli said.
On Prachanda-Nepal faction resorting to street protest, PM Oli suggested them to get ready for the election, instead.
“I would suggest comrades Prachanda and Nepal to get ready for the election, so that you could win some seats and not sit down on the road, which is cold,” PM Oli said.
Meanwhile, PM Oli sent his close aides Bishnu Poudel and Subas Chandra Nemwang to wish good health for Prachanda’s wife Sita, who was admitted to Medicity Hospital, Lalitpur following complaints of chronic and serious health problems.
PM Oli also called Prachanda to inquire about the health condition of his wife Sita.
“PM Oli first talked with comrade Prachanda and then asked us to visit his wife in the hospital. Doctors said her condition is now stable,” said Nemwang.
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