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PM Oli meets party Vice Chairman Gautam, a new twist in the ruling NCP internal dispute

Gautam had made public a six-point written proposal for party unity, including making Oli the chairperson and prime minister of the House of Representatives till this time.
(Prime Minister and Chairman of the Communist Party of Nepal (CPN) KP Sharma Oli and Vice Chairman of the party Bamdev Gautam discussing current political issues with his family at Gautam Niwas Bhainsepati on Tuesday evening. The meeting was also attended by party general secretary Bishnu Prasad Poudel, prime minister’s wife Radhika Shakya and MP Tulsa Thapa, Kathmanndu, 28 July, 2020. Photo courtesy: Gautam’s Private Secretariat)

KATHMANDU:- The Prime Minister and Chairman of the ruling Nepal Communist Party, (NCP) KP Sharma Oli met party Vice Chairman Bamdev Gautam residence in Bhansepati to solve the internal dispute.

Prime Ministe Oli has reached the residence to meet the distressed Leader Oli Gautam. According to a source, party general secretary Bishnu Poudel was also present at the meeting.

Prime Minister Oli had postponed Tuesday’s standing committee meeting.

However, a meeting of the majority members was held under the chairmanship of Prachanda and Chairman Oli’s decision to postpone the standing committee meeting was found to be wrong.

Gautam was also present at the meeting. In the meeting, Gautam had made public a six-point written proposal for party unity, including making Oli the chairperson and prime minister of the House of Representatives till this time.

Prime Minister Oli has been relieved after Vice President Gautam appeared in support of Prime Minister Oli in the internal dispute of the ruling Nepal Communist Party, (NCP).

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