BAGMATI: The Bagmati Province Assembly meeting, which was scheduled for this afternoon, has been postponed.

A notice issued by the provincial assembly secretariat stated that the meeting that was to take place today at 2:00 pm had to be shifted due to special reasons. According to Bagmati Province Secretary Krishna Hari Khadka, the meeting has been rescheduled for 2.00 pm on February 14.

It may be noted that the province assembly meeting held on January 22 had been adjourned following a brief discussion on the no-confidence motion registered against Bagmati Province chief minister Dormani Poudel.

Next meeting is said to initiate deliberations on the motion tabled against CM Poudel.

The 110-member province assembly has 80 members from the ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP), 22 from the main opposition Nepali Congress, three from Bibeksheel Sajha Party, two each from Rastriya Prajatantra Party and Nepal Workers and Peasants Party, and one independent member.