Kathmandu, November 21
Ruling Nepal Communist Party’s central leader Prabhu Sah has expressed his dissatisfaction over the Cabinet reshuffle that happened on Wednesday. Sah said he was embarrassed about the decision as it was done without considering performance of the leaders.
He claims the new ministers were selected on the basis of factional prejudices and power-sharing, and some unqualified leaders replaced the qualified ones.
It is interesting to note that Sah, who heads the ruling party’s Province 2 committee, was also an aspirant for a ministerial position. However, he could not make it.
Expressing his dissatisfaction on Facebook, the former minister said, “The basic norms and values of a communist party have not been followed in the reshuffle.”
Published on November 21st, Thursday, 2019 10:20 AM