Kathmandu: The bid of Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, who has placed his chair at stake in India (India) protest, is being considered almost certain. Despite all the efforts of China, the deadlock between Oli and Communist Party Executive President Pushp Kumar Dahal alias Prachanda (Pushpa Kamal Dahal -Prachanda) has not ended.
Prachanda has made it clear in the absence of powerful Standing Committee meeting at PM Oli’s residence that in the absence of him, there is increasing dissatisfaction in the party about Oli and he has to go now. Prachanda and senior party leaders reached the Prime Minister’s official residence on Tuesday morning at 11 am under a pre-determined schedule, but when Oli was not available, Prachanda held a meeting in his absence.
According to the Kathmandu Post report, earlier, the Prime Minister’s press adviser Surya Thapa had said that the meeting had been postponed, but Matrika Yadav, a member of the standing committee, had made it clear that even if the Prime Minister refuses, the meeting is under any circumstances Will remain Prachanda and senior party leader Jhalnath Khanal came to meet Oli for the meeting, but they were told that ‘they can do whatever they want’. After this, Prachanda held a meeting without PM Oli, in which 29 standing committee members were present. However, leaders close to Prime Minister Oli stayed away from the meeting.
Last week on Wednesday, members of the Standing Committee reached PM Oli’s residence. However, Oli was absent from that meeting as well. Therefore, it was decided that a committee meeting will be held on July 28, but this time too Oli will be absent. Due to PM Oli’s refrain from frequent meetings, there is growing anger against him among the party leaders.
Party spokesperson Narayanji Shrestha said that postponing the meeting of Prime Minister Oli in this way is unfair and against the party. The party’s agenda was not discussed in the meeting held in his absence, but it has entrusted the responsibility of calling another standing committee meeting to party president Prachanda after consulting with the Prime Minister.
Significantly, there is growing anger among the people, including the party, against Prime Minister Oli for unnecessarily indulging in border dispute with India and increasing Chinese interference in Nepal. There have also been many demonstrations against his policies. China wants Ollie to stay on the chair and for this he is adopting every gimmick, but the way Prachanda had a meeting of the Standing Committee without Oli suggests that Oli’s departure is now fixed. .