Kathmandu, September 16
The Province 2 committee of the Nepal Communist Party has filed a complaint against two central leaders at the party headquarters, holding them responsible for a recent clash between two groups of the party cadres during a provincial meeting.
Sources say the committee has blamed senior leader and former prime minister Madhav Kumar Nepal and central leader and incumbent Minister for Industry, Commerce and Supplies in the federal government, Matrika Yadav, for the clash.
The party’s Province 2 in-charge Satya Narayan Mandal and chair Prabhu Sah have already informed the two chairmen of the party, KP Sharma Oli and Pushpa Kamal Dahal, and general secretary Bishnu Paudel that Nepal and Yadav played a role to instigate the hullabaloo.
Though Nepal’s family stayed in the province for a long, his influence on the party committee is weak as the two chairmen are unified against him. On the other hand, Yadav is an arch-rival of the province committee chief Sah. These two factors led to the conflict, the sources inform.
Published on September 16th, Monday, 2019 11:38 AM