Leaders of both groups of UML in internal discussions

The second level leaders of both the groups of the CPN-UML, who are in dialogue to maintain unity in the party, are engaged in internal discussions.

Leaders close to Chairman KP Sharma Oli, including Ishwar Pokhrel, Bishnu Prasad Poudel, Pradip Gyawali and Subash Nemwang, were engaged in discussions in Baluwatar on Monday. According to a source close to Baluwatar, the party is holding discussions for the final homework of unity.

Leaders close to senior leader Madhav Kumar Nepal also had a long discussion on Monday. Leaders including Surendra Pandey, Ghanshyam Bhusal, Yogesh Bhattarai and Bhim Acharya participated in the discussion held at Gokarna Bisht’s residence.

The two factions of the UML have been holding intensive meetings recently, but no agreement has been reached. According to one leader, the dialogue is becoming more positive. “It simply came to our notice then. But a positive atmosphere has been created, ”the leader said.

Discussions have intensified after the Supreme Court did not recognize the organizing committee of the tenth general convention formed by Chairman Oli. The Supreme Court had on June 11 ordered that only the Central Committee elected from the ninth general convention of the CPN-UML could take action against the four lawmakers crossing the floor in Karnali.

Since then, both the UML factions in State 1 and Bagmati have stood together and passed policies and programs. In Gandaki, Prithvi Subba Gurung lost his vote of confidence and resigned from the post of Chief Minister, but the UML MPs stood still. Earlier, lawmakers from the Madhav faction in Karnali and the far-western states had formed an alliance with the opposition.

“Hello (conversation) has taken place, but nothing significant has happened,” said Nemwang, a leader of the Oli group.

Leader Nepal has also returned a six-point reply to UML Chairman Oli’s six-point proposal for unity. No formal talks have taken place since the proposal.

Leader Nepal Group has not been able to agree on the issue of withdrawing the signatures of 23 parliamentarians submitted to the apex court against the dissolution of parliament proposed by Oli. Moreover the whole b. No. The Nepal group is of the view that it should return to the CPN (UML) before may 18, 2016 AD.

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