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CPN UML to direct its four leaders to withdraw support to Karnali government

2021 Jun 11, 14:40, Surkhet
This undated image shows Karnali Province Assembly building in Birendranagar, Surkhet district.

Chief Whip of CPN UML Parliamentary Party in Karnali Province, Gulab Jung Shah, has said four members of the party would be directed to withdraw their support given to Mahendra Bahadur Shahi-led government.

Shah said they would ask its four members, who saved the government led by Mahendra Bahadur Shahi with floor cross, to resign from the post immediately and formally quit the government. He added that a meeting of the party would be organized to direct them to leave the government immediately.

As per the Supreme Court’s verdict, the four members are the Karnali Province Assembly members of the CPN UML and now they have to follow the party’s whip, he opined.

The Chief Whip argued, “One cannot say I do not belong to that party and follow the rules after winning an election under party's election symbol. All should follow the statute of the party and parliamentary party.”

They should be ready to face action otherwise return to the party leaving the government, said Shah.

A new discussion has begun after the Supreme Court reinstated four members of the CPN (UML) who have been facing action after crossing the floor.

The discussion has started about the Karnali government after the SC reinstated Prakash Jwala, Ammar Bahadur Thapa, Kurma Raj Shahi and Nanda Singh Budha, who were relieved from the post after CPN UML took action against them.


Chief Whip Gulab Jung Shah CM Mahendra Bahadur Shahi Karnali province government Assembly member CPN-UML Supreme Court
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