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UML Dispute: Talks between PM Oli and senior leader Nepal faction leaders continue


N24 Correspondent, KATHMANDU:- Talks have been held between the second-tier leaders of the ruling Communist Party of Nepal (UML), which is on the verge of division due to internal disputes.

The second-tier leaders of both parties had a dialogue at the hotel summit on Tuesday evening.

From the Oli faction, Subash Nemwang, Bishnu Poudel, Pradip Gyawali, and Bishnu Rimal participated while from the Nepali side, Ghanshyam Bhusal, Yogesh Bhattarai, Gokarna Bista, and Bhim Acharya participated.

Acharya has participated in the unity dialogue between the second-tier leaders for the first time.

According to one of the leaders, during the discussion, both sides complained about the statement made by Chairman Oli and Leader Nepal.

Although the Oli faction expressed its commitment to return before June 15, 2075, the Oli faction complained that no agreement was reached.

Leaders of the Nepali faction, on the other hand, have sought more clarity on Chairman Oli’s proposal.

During the discussion on Tuesday, Oli’s faction leaders also demanded that the signatures of the lawmakers be withdrawn from the writ petition filed in the Supreme Court against the dissolution of the House of Representatives.

However, the leaders of the Nepali faction had said that the signatures would be automatically returned if the dissolution was withdrawn as the writ petition was filed after the dissolution of the parliament.

However, leaders of both sides said that the discussions were positive. A Nepali leader who participated in the discussion said, “This is a continuation of the ongoing discussion on how to unite the party.” And positive. ‘

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