Kathmandu,1 July: The Samajwadi Party Nepal is mulling of quitting the government so that it can raise its voice for constitution amendment more strongly. Leaders of the party say they have waited too long, but the incumbent government led by Khagda Oli has not taken any step to address their demand, reports The Kathmandu Post.
The Party is in the Cabinet under the leadership of Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Health Upendra Yadav. Yadav’s party had joined the government 13 months ago after Oli had agreed to amend the constitution through consensus.
People’s News Monitoring Service