Nepali Congress issues whip against Prime Minister’s vote of confidence

Kathmandu, July 11

In a significant political development, the Nepali Congress has announced that it will vote against Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal in the upcoming vote of confidence.

Chief Whip Ramesh Lekhak issued a directive to all party MPs, instructing them to oppose the Prime Minister’s proposal. This move comes ahead of the crucial vote scheduled for tomorrow, July 12, where Prime Minister Dahal will seek to secure the confidence of the parliament.

The decision marks a pivotal moment in Nepal’s political landscape, as the Prime Minister’s ability to govern could be significantly impacted by the outcome of this vote.

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