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NCP Standing Committee meeting deferred after Bhim Rawal’s body guard contracts virus

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Nepal Communist Party Standing Committee meeting

The coronavirus screening was required after it was found that a former bodyguard of Standing Committee member Bhim Rawal was tested positive for the virus

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Running away from meeting cannot resolve internal crisis, Gajurel tells Oli

Nepal Communist Party Standing Committee member Haribol Gajurel told Prime Minister and chair K P Sharma Oli that running away from the meeting will not resolve the internal crisis that

NCP standing committee meeting uncertain

But, after the meeting was informed that the chair duo Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli and Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ had not done enough homework on the proposal to

NCP Secretariat meeting today at 3 pm

The meeting will discuss the agendas of the standing committing meeting which is taking place on Thursday.

Oli-Dahal agreement
Party will not ask Prime Minister’s resignation, says Khanal

When asked if the party will ask for the prime minister’s resignation, Khanal said, “No, we won’t ask for his resignation.”

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NCP to induct Gautam to HoR, standing committee meeting on May 7

The meeting has also decided to induct Bam Dev Gautam to the House of Representatives.

NCP Secretariat meeting underway

The ruling Nepal Communist Party Secretariat meeting has begun one-and-a-half hour behind the schedule at the Prime Minister’s official residence in Baluwatar.

NCP Secretariat meeting
NCP Secretariat meeting ends without conclusion

The next meeting has been scheduled for May 2, which will decide on the standing committee meeting.

NCP Secretariat meeting
NCP Secretariat meeting begins amid escalated tension

All nine Secretariat members have gathered at the Prime Minister’s official residence where the faction led by Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli and faction led by Madhav Kumar Nepal

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Oli’s sudden ordinances rock ruling party

The amendment will equip Oli with a cursor to split the party if needed since he is currently not in the position to secure 40 percent votes from both central