Kathmandu, February 27
Top leaders of the ruling Nepal Communist Party have defended some recent disputes in their party, mainly regarding the nomination of Bamdev Gautam for the National Assembly membership and the endorsement of the Millennium Challenge Corporation agreement from Parliament, stating they were natural for a lively organisation.
Speaking at a provincial training event in Kathmandu, the leaders stressed that the cadres should not worry about the disputes between the leaders. They also assured that the party would not dissolve or split because of these conflicts.
The party’s executive chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal said, “You might be thinking some big thing has happened now. But, we will solve all the problems, coming together.”
He explained, “Many people wish that their party was peaceful and all the leaders would unite. But, on the day we are totally peaceful without any dispute comes socialism. Then, we do not need any party.”
Earlier, the party’s senior leader Madhav Kumar Nepal said, “You don’t need to worry. A party goes through all these ups and downs.” Likewise, the secretariat member Ishwar Pokharel said the central leaders would not let the party get affected by such disputes.
Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli was also present at the function, who said the party’s leader Gokul Baskota, who was recently accused of negotiating a commission with a private company agent, was not convicted yet.
Published on February 27th, Thursday, 2020 5:04 PM
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