NCP (NCP) elected reps not to get party executive posts

Kathmandu, August 9

Nepal Communist Party (NCP) has decided not to assign executive party posts of the districts and lower committees to those elected to local, provincial and federal assemblies.

The NCP (NCP) Secretariat meeting held at Baluwatar today decided that the chairpersons and deputy chairpersons of local levels, federal ministers, provincial ministers, parliamentary party leaders, deputy leaders, chief whips, whips of the federal parliament and provincial assemblies, chairpersons of the parliamentary panels of the federal parliament and provincial assemblies, members of the federal parliament and provincial assemblies, mayors, deputy mayors, among others, will not be assigned executive party posts in the provincial and district committees.

“We have decided that they will not hold the posts of chairpersons and secretaries of any party committee,” secretariat member

of the party Narayan Kaji Shrestha said after the meeting.

According to Shrestha, the tenure of task force formed to recommend organisational structure of the party at the provincial and district levels had been extended until August 17.

The task force has also been entrusted with finalising members for central advisory committee, national council, senior communist forum, central commissions and departments.

The NCP (NCP) has formed another task force led by Subas Chandra Nembang to draft rules, directives and code of conduct on the basis of the party statute and regulations.

NCP (NCP) leaders Bhim Rawal, Haribol Gajurel, Pampha Bhusal, Janardan Sharma and Beduram Bhusal are the members of the task force.

The NCP (NCP) has already finalised the party statute and regulations.

The political document of the party will be made public by August 16.The NCP (NCP) is also holding its standing committee meeting on 24 and 25 August.

The party has also decided that its central headquarters will be based in Dhumbarahi, while Perisdada will be headquarters of the sister wings and others organisations.