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UML serious about activities against party candidates in by-elections


KATHMANDU: CPN-UML said candidates who are seriously opposed to the party vote. The UML Standing Committee meeting on Thursday condemned the party for voting against the party’s official candidate.

The meeting decided to convict UML candidate Ram Bahadur Thapa Badal because he informed him that he did not get the vote of the Madhav Kumar Nepal group’s representative in the Bagmati National Assembly by-election. Before the UML unification effort began, the opposition proposed Khim Lal Devkota, because even after the UML unification effort began, the candidacy of Devkotas remained unchanged.

Although the president and secretary-general of UML ordered the party to vote for the candidates, some people disobeyed. Party policy. Party spokesman Pradip Gyawali said: “This meeting is very important.” He said that after the establishment of a working group on May 20 to resolve the party’s dispute, everyone should abide by the party’s decision. Gyawali said that the establishment of the working group on June 2 can be seen as the deadline for CPN-UML President KP Sharma Oli to negotiate with  senior leader Madhav Kumar Nepal : “We take this issue very seriously. CPN-UML  President Oli said that refusing to vote for a party candidate is against the parliamentary system and party discipline. He said: “There is a tendency to oppose the party candidate. “This is the wrong trend, it is fatal and unacceptable. The trend of parliamentary system. Oli said, this should be condemned.

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