Kathmandu, May 16
CPN-UML Chairman KP Sharma Oli and his CPN-Maoist Centre counterpart Pushpa Kamal Dahal on Tuesday morning held a meeting, during which they reportedly shared complaints they had about each other and their parties.
The meeting took place when speculations are rife that the gap between two parties is increasing though they are preparing for an ambitious merger for last seven months and the unification process has been unofficially halted.
During the meeting held at the Prime Minister’s residence in Baluwatar this morning also, the two leaders complained of other party’s role in cooking up rumours and spreading them.
Earlier, on Monday, UML senior leader Madhav Kumar Nepal met Dahal and suggested that they express all grievances about the unification during the next meeting of Party Unification Coordination Committee.
Accordingly, Oli and Dahal agreed to call the Committee’s meeting for Thursday.
Meanwhile, the CPN-UML is holding the party’s Standing Committee meeting after this afternoon. During the meeting, Oli will brief party leaders about the progress made so far towards the unification.
Published on May 16th, Wednesday, 2018 12:18 PM
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