Kathmandu, June 19
Two chairpersons of the ruling Nepal Communist Party have held a meeting to discuss contemporary political issues and internal dynamics of the party.
Sources close to the party say the leaders discussed how to finalise pending tasks related to the party unification and a House committee’s directive to cancel the Public Service Commission’s notice to fill nearly 10,000 vacant posts at the local level.
Earlier last week, Oli had left for Europe without finalising the selection of district incharges and their deputies of the party. Likewise, the party is yet to assign responsibilities to the central committee members.
On the other hand, the party is apparently divided about implementing the House panel’s directive. Dahal has been publicly supporting the directive whereas Oli wants to dismiss it.
Meanwhile, sources dismissed media reports that the two leaders were planning to reshuffle the Cabinet.
Published on June 19th, Wednesday, 2019 12:38 PM