Kathmandu, Nepal: A standing committee meeting of the ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) is going to be held today in Kathmandu.
The meeting is going to be held in the mean time when most of the leaders seem aggressive against of the act and activities of the government, particularly the Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli.
Considering to the situation of mounting dissatisfaction in the party, secretariat meeting of the party held on Wednesday fixed the agendas of the standing committee meeting.
The agendas of Prime Minister Oli’s recent China visit, ending of the unification process and finalizing the regulation of the party statute were fixed as of the prime agendas for today’s standing committee meeting, but it is likely that discussion will be concentrated on the performance of the government, a NCP leader said preferring anonymity.
It is said that leaders from the erstwhile CPN UML namely senor leader Jhala Nath Khanal, Bhim Baadur Rawal and many others seem aggressive against of the government’s act and activities.
The dissatisfied leaders have alleged that false premises and controversial remarks made by the Prime Minister Oli have tarnished the image of the party.