Standing Committee incomplete over Dahal's delay in picking members


KATHMANDU, May 24: The Standing committee has been still incomplete due to delay in picking memmbers from the former party CPN (Maoist center) by Communist Party of Nepal's Chairman Puspa Kamal Dahal. 

Of the total 45 standing committee members UML has finalized 26 members and 19 is yet to be selected from Maoist center. However, Maoist Center has not revealed the name of standing committee members except the members of 'High Command' Puspa Kamal Dahal, Narayan Kaji Shrestha, Ram Bahadur Thapa. 

Chair Dahal is in pressure to pick the members from Maoist Center. According to the CPN leader Pampha Bhusal, the standing committee is yet to complete due to delay in picking the standing committee members. 

According to the source, Top Bahadur Raimajhi, Krishna Bahadur Mahara, Dev Gurung, Giriraj Mani Pokeherel, Barsaman Pun, Haribol Gajurel, Shakti Basnet, Janardhan Sharma, Agni Sapkota and Matrika Yadav are sure to include in the Standing Committee of their seniority.

Of the remaining six position, the names of Lilamani Pokherel, Mani Thapa, Devendra Poudel, Chandra Prasad Khanal, Kul Prasad KC, Ram Karki, Lekhraj Bhatta, Tilak Pariyar, Ramchandra Jha is under discussion in the party. 

 First CC meeting to hold today

The CPN's central committee first meeting is all set to hold at Prime Minister's Official residence Baluwatar on Thursday 4:00 PM. 

The swearing-in ceremony will be held in today's meeting those central committee members who were missed. 

The discussion will be held to finalize the party's registration process at Election commission. According to leader Bhusal, the signature of all the Central Committee members is needed to register the party at EC. 

Both the chairs KP Sharma Oli and Puspa Kamal Dahal will congratulate all the 445 central committee members including four invited members and directed for responsibility after the unification. 

Both the chairs will brief about the role and further strategies to run the party stated CPN leader Subash Nembang. 

Published: May 24, 2018 02:33 pm