N24 Correspondent, KATHMANDU:- UML leaders close to Nepal have reached Balkot to hold talks with party president KP Sharma Oli.
Leaders including UML Vice-Chairman Bhim Rawal, Deputy General Secretary Ghanshyam Bhusal, Secretary Gokarna Bista and Standing Committee Member Surendra Pandey have reached Balkot to hold talks with Oli.
Leaders who did not support Nepal have given Oli time till Tuesday to announce the implementation of the 10-point agreement.
They have demanded the withdrawal of the ban on 14 lawmakers, including Madhav Nepal, and urged Nepal to back down from its decision to form a party.
On Wednesday, the Election Commission has called for the identification of the leader who wants to stay in the new party including Nepal.
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