Central committee gloats over cadres’ conference
Kathmandu, December 11:
The central committee members of the ruling CPN-Maoist expressed dissatisfaction over the delivery of the services in the first 100 days of the government and criticised the party leadership for failing to address the issues of the people.
Maoist central leader Devendra Poudel said some central committee members of the party commented on the working style and performance of the government during the period on the today’s meeting of the central committee members. “Some of the 35 central committee members were critical of the government for its laxity in delivering good services to the people,” he added.
Maoist spokesperson Krishna Bahadur Mahara said chairman Pushpa Kamal ahal ‘Prachanda’ would open up agenda of discussion in tomorrow’s meeting. He said the chairman would come up with official definition of the party’s tactical slogan and propose new action plan along with party responsibilities to the leaders. Poudel said tomorrow’s CC meet would discuss the party’s plan focusing on drafting the new constitution. He said the CC meet would also discuss on the time and venue of the party’s upcoming general convention and the party’s interim statute.
Ongoing CC meet also reviewed outcome of the party’s national-level cadres’ meeting held two weeks ago, and claimed that the meet was successful for the party unity.
“All the 35 central committee members were ecstatic about the outcome of the cadres’ meet that adopted new tactical slogan,” Mahara said. He said the ongoing central committee meeting concluded that the cadres’ meet had been able to bury their differences on ideological front.
The meeting was held in the party’s central contact office at Buddhanagar.