After registration of the no-confidence motion against KP Sharma Oli, Indians used RPP and MJF Loktantrik to show land-sweeping majority against Olibut RPPN continued to support Oli.
In fact, RPP and RPPN were in process of reunification of the two parties in the same week. When RPP jumped to support the NC-MC alliance, the unification process had been derailed.
Now, RPP has merged with the dissatisfied faction of the RPPN led by Keshar Bahadur Bista. In the parties of former panchas, two clear lines has surfaced – one, pro-Indian, another, anti-Indian. As a result, the two parties have failed to unify.