Kathmandu, August 20
Ruling Nepal Communist Party’s Province 2 committee chairman Prabhu Sah has resigned from the position expressing dissatisfaction with the party’s central leadership.
Sah met the party’s chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal and tendered his resignation. It has been learned that Sah cited the lack of cooperation to his plans from the central leadership as a reason for the resignation.
During the unification between the then CPN-UML and CPN-Maoist, the Maoist leader had expected that he would be made a standing committee member, according to sources. Though the leadership did not meet his expectation, Sah did not revolt so as to let the unification process be complete.
Later, he believed that the party leadership did not consult him in picking members of the provincial committee and officials of the district committees of his province.
Shah, therefore, thinks that there is not an appropriate environment to work as the provincial chair.
Published on August 20th, Tuesday, 2019 9:54 AM
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