Nepali Congress Spokesperson Bishwa Prakash Sharma stated that there is no intra-party dispute in terms of finding an alternative to the incumbent government.
KATHMANDU, APRIL 10
Nepali Congress general secretary Shashanka Koirala has said a new government would be formed under the leadership of Nepali Congress soon.
Talking to journalists in Chitwan today, he claimed that the next government would be headed by Nepali Congress president Sher Bahadur Deuba.
"The government would be formed under the leadership of party president, who is the parliamentary party leader of Nepali Congress. Discussions are ongoing with other political parties regarding the subject," Koirala explained.
According to him, discussions were on with Janata Samajbadi Party-Nepal and the matter would be finalised within some days.
General secretary Koirala said there would be a change of government following JSP-N's decision in this regard.
On a different context, he said the NC should form the next government without affecting its general convention. "It is our view that the general convention should be conducted as per its schedule. The convention should not be affected in any way while joining the government," he said.
Party spokesperson says NC univocal for finding alternative to government
Meanwhile, Nepali Congress spokesperson Bishwa Prakash Sharma has said that there is no intra-party dispute in terms of finding an alternative to the incumbent government.
Addressing a reception organised in the capital city today by the Nepali Congress and Nepal Students' Union (NSU) Lamjung-Kathmandu liaison committee, on the occasion of upcoming Nepali New Year, leader Sharma said, "Party leaders are univocal for finding the alternative to the present government and have a common understanding that the country should go for the elections under the leadership of NC-led government."