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Nepali Congress and the Maoist Center give a hint to change the incumbent government

Review Nepal
  Kathmandu, Nepal      April 03 2021

Kathmandu, Nepal, April 3, 2021: Main opposition party Nepali Congress (NC) and the CPN Maoist Center has given a clear hint to topple the incumbent KP Sharma Oli led government and to form a new coalition government.  

CPN Maoist Center chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal has said on Saturday that the country would get a new government soon. However, he did not mention in detail about the development made to change the incumbent government.  

Addressing a program organized by the party in Kapilvastu on Saturday, Dahal said ‘country’s political scenario has taken a turn for the better.’ However, he did not mention that whether his party would register no confidence motion against of the government or not. 

Likewise, senior leader of the Nepali Congress Ram Chandra Poudel has said that his party would vote no-confidence motion against o the incumbent government if Prime Minister does not step down voluntarily. 

Addressing a program organized by NC Nuwakot-Kathmandu Liaison Committee in the capital on Saturday, Nepali Congress senior leader Poudel said that Nepali Congress would take a lead to save the democracy and parliament system. 

With the statement of Dahal and Poudel it is widely believed the Maoist Center would register a no confidence motion against of the government and the Nepali Congress would support on the motion to pave the way to form a coalition government between the Nepali Congress, CPN Maoist Center and other fringe parties including the dissident faction of the CPN UML led by Madhav Kumar Nepal.