NCP (NCP) standing committee meeting held today

KATHMANDU: Ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) today carried out discussions on the political reports presented by the party's chairpersons and other topics, on the second day of the party's fourth committee meeting at their central office in Dhumrabarahi.

Party Co-chair Pushpa Kamal Dahal had presented the political report on Sunday's meeting. The report includes topics such as assessment of national and international scenario, strengthening party’s unity, evaluation of the government's works, the by-elections, approval of decisions made earlier by the party secretariat, and the party's future course of action.

Apart from the political report, the agenda of the meeting also included issues such as amending party’s statute, Nepal-India border problem, and upcoming central committee meeting, among others.

Co-chair Dahal stressed on making the works of the party and the government effective while addressing the meeting.

Party's general secretary Bishnu Poudel presented the statute amendment proposal in the meeting.

Twelve members of the standing committee took turns to express their opinions on the presented report and statute amendment proposal within an allocated time frame of 20 minutes, said party's spokesperson Narayan Kaji Shrestha.

Party leaders Bamdev Gautam, Astalaxmi Shakya, Bhim Rawal, Yogesh Bhattarai, Pampha Bhusal, Devendra Paudel, Ganesh Shah, Chhabilal Biswokarma, Mukunda Neupane, Agni Sapkota, Yuvaraj Gyawali and Dev Gurung took turns to express their views on the matters.

The next meeting of the standing committee has been scheduled for  11 am tomorrow at the party's central office in Dhumrabarahi.