JHAPA, APRIL 2
Nepali Congress former General Secretary Prakash Man Singh today said his party would seek an alternative to the incumbent government.
Speaking at a press meet organised by Nepal Press Union Jhapa at Birtamode, Singh held that his party would seek an alternative to the KP Oli-led government as the incumbent government was a misfortune for the country and people.
Singh said Prime Minister Oli was bereft of any morality and ethics. "If he had any ethics, he would have resigned after the Apex Court annulled his decision to dissolve the Parliament," Singh added.
"Giving continuity to Oliled government is a disaster for the people and country," he argued. He accused PM Oli of trying to make the Parliament a failure by dissolving it once again.
"NC does not have required number of votes to table a no-trust motion against the PM in the House. But, we shall do everything possible to unseat Oli from power," he stated. He expressed confidence that his party would elect the strong and dynamic leadership from the party's 14th general convention.
A version of this article appears in the print on April 3, 2021, of The Himalayan Times.