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NCP’s Secretariat meet put off
Kathmandu, June 6: The Secretariat meeting of the Nepal Communist Party (NCP) scheduled to be held today, has been postponed.
The meeting was postponed as Prime Minister and NCP’s Chair, KP Sharma Oli, and another chair Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ have yet to do much homework for the meeting, said party Spokesperson, Narayankaji Shrestha.
Top leaders of the party had reached the official residence of the Prime Minister at Baluwatar at 11:00 am for the meeting, but it was put off after a while.
He said, “Both Chairpersons asked for some more time to carry out further homework to allocate work to central members and determining District committee in-charge and joint in-charge. Although all secretariat members were present, it was postponed after a while.”
Next Secretariat meeting is scheduled only after PM Oli returns from his Europe visit, he said. PM Oli is scheduled to embark on a weeklong visit to Europe from coming Saturday.
Today's scheduled meeting of the Secretariat had expected to settle the issue of work allocation of party central members and allocating post of in-charge and co-in charge of party district committee.