Kathmandu: The crisis in the chair of Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has averted. The attitude of former Prime Minister and anti-Oli Nepa Pushp Kamal Dahal aka Prachand has softened at the moment. This softness in Prachanda’s attitude is the result of China’s efforts. Oli is a supporter of China and is blindly accepting his expansionary habits, so to save his chair, China united the sky.
A report said that the crisis of partition in the ruling party of Nepal has now averted. That means Oli’s chair is now largely secured. China became active as soon as protests against Oli began. Chinese Ambassador to Nepal Hou Yanqi several times confronted Oli and Prachanda. He also set diplomatic code of conduct to resolve this dispute.
People are angry about the increasing interference of China in Nepal. In protest against this, people have also demonstrated on the streets. Nepali newspapers have also questioned the role of the Chinese ambassador, but despite this, Hou Yankee succeeded in his mission to save Oli.
The media also questioned the Chinese ambassador’s involvement in Nepal’s political meetings. The Chinese Embassy spokesperson was asked on his behalf what is the purpose of Hou Yankee to attend the meetings in this way. In response, the spokesperson said that ‘we do not want to see the Communist Party in crisis and want the dispute between the party leaders to end’.
This is not the first time the Yankees have interfered in Nepal’s domestic politics. In May, he held a series of meetings aimed at saving the ruling party from division. China has again succeeded in its campaign to save Oli, but how long this success will last will be a matter to be seen. Because a report said that Prachanda is still angry about some issues, so it is possible that this dispute will deepen again in the coming days.
Dahal had to face a lot of criticism after such reports surfaced, stating that he had made a secret deal with PM Oli. It was also said in the report that the party’s leaders are angry with this, and they want Oli’s resignation.