By N24 Staff Writer, KATHMANDU:- The much touted secretarial meeting of the ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) to be held after “10 days” is taking place on Saturday, November 28, 2020. In the words of PM Oli, Pushpa Kamal Dahal “Prachanda” has submitted a “chargesheet” against him in the secretariat meeting and now is the turn of PM Oli to counter his arch-rival with the matching words and deeds.
“The burden of proof remains on Prachanda to justify the allegations he has put forth against me in the chargesheet,” PM Oli said. “If Prachanda fails to prove those allegations, he has to resign from his post on moral grounds.”
To counter Prachanda’s “chargesheet”, PM Oli has deputed his trusted men Shankar Pokhrel and Bishnu Rimal. Pokhrel and Rimal are writing a long political report that will have the name of PM Oli when it would be submitted to the NCP secretariat.
“Prachanda’s allegations against PM Oli are baseless. Pokhrel and the PM’s political adviser Rimal have already started working on the lengthy political report to counter Prachanda,” said a highly placed source, who did not want to be named.
“PM Oli is not scared of Prachanda’s threat. Our party is based on systems and rules. Maoist type of tantrums are not going to work anymore,” said Surya Thapa, PM Oli’s press adviser.
“I would like to request Prachanda to read NCP’s party statute first, and in particular, the ‘rights and duties of NCP chairperson’ section. Everything is clearly written. There should be no confusion on NCP chair’s rights and duties,” Thapa added.
Amid heightening party dispute, NCP secretariat meeting is taking place coinciding with the official visits of Indian Foreign Secretary Harsha Shringla and Chinese Defence Minister Wei Fenghe to Nepal.
Indian Foreign Secretary Shringla will arrive in Nepal on November 26-27, while Chinese Defence Minister Fenghe will be here on November 29, 2020.
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