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Ruling NCP’s PM Oli’s faction demonstrating in front of Narayanhiti Royal Palace today

Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli will bring around 300,000 people to the demonstration to show people's support for his step to dissolve the federal parliament.

KATHMANDU:- The ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP)’s faction led by Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli is demonstrating in front of the historic Narayanhiti Palace today.

PM Oli faction’s demonstration follows an earlier demonstration by his rival NCP’s Prachanda-Madhav faction in Kathmandu.

The Oli faction is bringing cadres from different districts to Kathmandu to demonstrate their strength. Leaders of the Oli group have claimed that 300,000 cadres will be mobilized to support PM Oli’s step about House dissolution.

The meeting is scheduled to be addressed by PM Oli and other ministers and leaders.

The youth organization had also marched in Kathmandu on Thursday evening to publicize the program.

The cadres gathered in Kathmandu will come out with demonstrations from 13 different places. After that, a public meeting will be held in front of Narayanhiti Palace at 12 noon.

The ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) has split into two after President Bidya Bhandari dissolved the parliament on the recommendation of Prime Minister Oli. Since then, both factions have intensified street demonstrations and protests.

The NCP Prachanda-Madhav faction had staged a general strike on Thursday after the President’s Office appointed officials to the Constitutional Commission without a parliamentary hearing on the recommendation of the Constitutional Council.

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