Kathmandu, 4 June: The secretariat meeting of the ruling Nepal Communist Party has adjourned without reaching any decision.
The meeting was called to discuss various issues of the party organisation including finalising work division of the central members. However, the discussion could not move ahead as leaders had differences on the criteria to be fixed for the party’s district in-charges.
In particular, the secretariat is divided over whether the leaders holding positions of ministers and lawmakers at provincial and federal levels can be district in-charges and deputies, a leader informed the People’s Review on condition of anonymity.
Party chairman Khagda Oli wants to allow the lawmakers and ministers to led the party in the districts whereas some influential leaders oppose him.
People’s News Monitoring Service