Kathmandu, Nepal, March 29, 2021: The ruling CPN-UML has taken a harsh action against party’s senior leader Madhav Kumar Nepal and Vice-chairperson Bhim Bahadur Rawal by suspending them even from the general membership of the party for six months.
Issuing Separate letters on the name of Nepal and Rawal on Monday, the ruling UML has stated that they were suspended for six months for carrying out anti-party activities.
The letter issued in the sign of party chairman and Prime Minister KP Oli has accused the leader duo Nepal and Rawal of promoting factional politics within the party by organizing unethical gatherings.
In the letter, the leader duo has also been challenged for further action even in the suspension period if they take the decision as a weakness of the party. ‘If you take the party decision as a weakness and continue anti-party activities, the party can take further actions against you within the suspension period,’ states the letters.
The action was taken as the party could not become satisfy from the clarifications asked for your anti-party activities, which would be your last chance to correct yourself, states the letter adding that the suspension period can be reduced if they revise their opinions and correct anti-party activities.
The UML had asked clarifications with Ghanshyam Bhusal and Yogesh Bhattarai along with Nepal and Rawal. But no action is taken yet against the former two leaders.