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Govt committed to implement agreement: Minister Khand

2022 Jun 22, 6:32, Kathmandu

Home Minister Bal Krishna Khand assured the visiting delegation of the Communist Party of Nepal (Bahumat) that the agreement reached with the party will be implemented.

During the meeting, talks on implementing the three-point agreement reached between erstwhile CPN (UML) Chairperson KP Sharma Oli-led government and CPN (Bahut) on March 4, 2021, was held.

CPN (Bahumat)'s chairperson Dharmendra Bastola-led team called on Minister Khand at the latter's office on Tuesday and urged for the earliest implementation of the agreement.

Present in the meeting were the secretary at the Ministry of Home Affairs Tek Narayan Pandey and the Ministry's spokesperson Phadindra Mani Pokharel while Bastola, Hemanta Prakash Oli, Devkala Adhikari, Gunaraj Lohani and Deepak Chalaune were also in attendance representing CPN (Bahumat).

Minister Khand assured of enforcement of the agreement signed by the erstwhile government party with the party. He shared that some points in the agreement were already implemented while some were in the process of implementation.

During the meeting, Bastola appealed to the Minister for the release of his party's leaders and cadres who were in jail at the moment.

The meeting concluded by reaching the understanding that meetings will be held with concerned ministries and agencies for the implementation of the agreement.

A new political party -CPN (Bahumat)-was formed following the split from the Netra Bikram Chand 'Biplav;-led Communist Party of Nepal (CPN).


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