Kathmandu, July 16
The Rabindra Mishra-led Sajha Party has decided to bar its leaders and members from holding talks with foreign secret agents and agencies.
A six-point party directive states that all central members of the party can’t hold talks with secret agencies and agents. The directive states that the members also can’t visit embassies without permission from the party’s foreign affairs department.
The directive further states that any meeting with foreign officials should take place either at the party’s office or at a ‘neutral’ venue. The meeting should also include a member from the department.
Any event related to politics and finance will have to be cleared by party officials after which the party’s foreign department will decide if it wants to send its members or not.
If the directives are not followed, the department will ask for a written explanation after which it will decide if the offence is punishable or not.
Published on July 16th, Tuesday, 2019 7:10 PM