Nepal PM KP Sharma Oli Calls All-Party Meeting: The political crisis in Nepal (Nepal Political Crisis) is constantly deepening. Now Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has called a meeting of the party’s parliamentary party on Thursday amid deepening controversy in both the factions of the ruling party CPN-UML. The MyRepublic newspaper quoted party chief whip Bishal Bhattarai as saying that the meeting of the parliamentary party will be held at the official residence of the Prime Minister. Oli is also the president of the party. Bhattarai said, “All those party leaders who have won the election on the symbol ‘Surya’ have been invited.”
The meeting has been called at a time when the rival faction of CPN-UML led by Madhav Kumar Nepal and Jhalanath Khanal went ahead with their decision of a national meeting of party leaders and cadre started on Wednesday (Nepal Political Crisis Latest News) . The Himalayan Times said that the Oli faction has organized a two-day national cadre gathering, in which around 2,000 leaders and cadres from all branches of the party are expected to attend.
Warning to take disciplinary action
The Oli-led faction has warned to take disciplinary action against those who participated in the Nepal-Khanal faction’s program on Wednesday and Thursday (Nepal Political Crisis Explained). Accusing Nepal and Khanal of doing anti-party activities, the Prime Minister said, ‘I have heard that they are going to have a national cadre meeting where they will also pass a report. I cannot tolerate anti-party activities anymore. ‘
How did the conflict between the two factions increase?
According to the report published in ‘Myripublica’, CPN-UML general secretary Ishwar Pokharal issued a statement asking party leaders and members not to attend this meeting. He says that his party has not organized any such program (Nepal Political Crisis Hindi). He warned of disciplinary action against those joining the ‘illegal’ gathering. The confrontation between the two factions of the party was heightened when the Nepal-Khanal faction demanded Oli to withdraw the March 12 decisions, which led to the removal of key leaders of the party from the party’s close responsibilities. Was