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Top leaders' meet positive to end parliamentary deadlock


Nepalnews
2024 May 25, 7:43,

A meeting held among top leaders of key political parties remained positive to end the current parliamentary stalemate.

Briefly talking to media after the meeting among top leaders of major political parties at the Prime Minister residence, Baluwatar, yesterday, CPN-UML's chief whp Mahesh Bartaula informed that the meeting went positive.

He shared that the meeting with the representatives from main opposition, Nepali Congress, remained positive towards ending parliamentary deadlock and developing a terms of reference of the parliamentary probe committee on cooperative funds scam.

"The discussion today went positive", chief whip Bartaula said, adding, "Nepali Congress presented in a positive way. The discussion remained positive towards ending parliamentary deadlock, developing a terms of reference of the parliamentary probe committee and facilitating on their own to remove complications".

Nepali Congress chief whip Ramesh Lekhak said the meeting remained positive towards constituting a parliamentary probe committee. "The meeting discussed the formation of a parliamentary probe committee on the issue of misappropriation, siphoning off, fraud and embezzlement of cooperative funds. Colleagues have been working on the structure and scope of the committee. Today's meeting has discussed In a way to finalize the issue".

Present in the meeting were Prime Minister and CPN (Maoist Centre) Chairperson Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda', CPN-UML Chairperson KP Sharma Oli, Nepali Congress General-Secretary Gagan Kumar Thapa, leader Krishna Sitaula, NC parliamentary party chief whip Ramesh Lekhak and Maoist Centre's chief whip Heetraj Pandey among others. 


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