N24 Staff Writer, KATHMANDU:- Rastriya Prajatantra Party, (RPP) leader Sunil Bahadur and his associates are formally entering the Nepali Congress today. He is about to leave his father’s legacy Rastriya Prajatantra Party and join the Congress along with his allies and supporters.
Former Minister Thapa is about to leave his father’s legacy Rastriya Prajatantra Party, (RPP) and join the Congress along with his allies and supporters.
Nepali Congress held a formal welcome program at the party office in Sanepa today.
Earlier in the week, 30 people, including Thapa, had resigned from the RPP.
According to sources, President Deuba has agreed to appoint Sunil Bahadur Thapa as Joint General Secretary and other three leaders as the central members.
Thapa had demanded that 13 people joining the party should be made central members of the party. However, there is a possibility of giving other responsibilities to others by making three to five central members.
On Thapa’s initiative, RPP Morang’s Ram Krishna Bhattarai, Ashok Mishra, Gopal Bahadur Dahal, Gopal Khadka, Guruprasad Sanjel Krishna Bahadur Bhattarai, Ram Krishna Subedi, Devi Prasad Prasai, Mohammad Shailun Mia, Ananta Bhattarai, Laxman Thapa, Thahar Singh Dahal, Lilam Bahadur Bhattarai and Rudra Bahadur Karki also joined the Congress next week. Are preparing.
Suresh Basnet (Bhojpur), Pratima Rana Chhetri (Rupendehi), Urkin Sherpa (Sindhupalchok), Tank Upreti (Jhapa), Pratap Pakhrin (Parsa), Kedar Karki (Ramechhap) and Rajkumar Tamang Bhojpur are preparing to leave RPP and join Nepali Congress.
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