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No raising internal issues in public: NCP

‘Those dissatisfied can talk about it in party meetings’

Himalayan News Service
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Kathmandu, August 26

The ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) has barred its leaders and members from raising internal issues in public.

A meeting of the party’s central secretariat held for the first time under the chairmanship of NCP Co-chairperson Pushpa Kamal Dahal today decided that if an NCP member has personal issues with other party members, they should raise them in party meetings with supporting facts.

“If a member raises such issues in public, clarification will be sought and necessary action will be initiated against them,” said NCP Spokesperson Narayan Kaji Shrestha after the meeting.

Today’s meeting also nominated four new members to the party’s central committee. Those nominated are Devendra Parajuli and Kalpana Dhamala who had recently joined the NCP from Samajwadi Party-Nepal. The other two are Padam Rai and Kiran Rai who quit the Netra Bikram Chand-led group to enter the NCP.

Shrestha said the decision to induct four new central committee members was taken as per the provision in the party’s statute whereby up to 10 per cent new members could be inducted into the central committee from among members of former CPN-UML and CPN-Maoist Centre.

The meeting also appointed some chiefs and deputy chiefs of sister organisations and in-charges and co-in-charges of district organisations. Shrestha said the remaining work related to party unification would be completed by the next meeting of the secretariat.


NEW APPOINTMENTS

  • Bhanu Bhakta Dhakal …………….Chair of National Security Department
  • Dormani Paudel ………………………Co-chair of Provincial Affairs Department
  • Beduram Bhusal ……………………..Co-chair of School Department
  • Bishnu Rijal……………………………… Co-chair of International Relations Department
  • Ram Kumar Rai ………………………..Co-chair of Security Department
  • Kamal Chaulagain ………………….Co-chair of Cooperatives Department
  • PrameshHamal ……………………….Co-coordinator of Policy Department
  • Ram Kumari Jhankri ……………….Co-in-charge of Engineers’ Association
  • Amrita Thapa Magar ………………Co-in-charge of Women’s Association
  • Sita Paudel. ………………………………Co-in-charge of Women’s Association
  • Satya Pahadi …………………………….In-charge of Karnali Liaison Committee
  • BirmanChaudhary …………………..In-charge of Far-West Liaison Committee
  • Suresh Ale Magar ……………………Co-in-charge of Indigenous Nationalities’ Associations
  • She rBahadur Tamang ………….Co-in-charge of Indigenous Nationalities’ Associations
  • Tilak Pariyar …………………………….Co-in-charge of Dalit Morcha
  • Bom Bahadur BK…………………….. Co-in-charge of Dalit Morcha
  • Maheshwor Dahal …………………..Co-in-charge of Press Association
  • Kedar Neupane ……………………….In-charge of cultural organisation
  • Khagendra Rai………………………… Co-in-charge of cultural organisation
  • Jeevan Ghimire ………………………..Co-in-charge of sports organisation
  • Ajambar Kangbang …………………Co-in-charge of sports organisation
  • Hikmat Karki………………………………Co-in-charge of teachers’ association
  • TilKumari Menyangbo ……………..Taplejung District Co-in-charge
  • Bhagawati Chaudhary ……………..Sunsari District Co-in-charge
  • Pramod Narayan Yadav…………. Siraha District Co-in-charge
  • Hari Narayan Chaudhary…………. Siraha District Co-in-charge
  • ChudamaniJunglee Kaski………… District Co-in-charge
  • Deepak Sapkota ………………………..Kailali District Co-in-charge
  • Ram Chandra Shah………………….. Parsa District Co-in-charge
  • Balaram Khatri …………………………..Secretary of Labour Special District Committee

A version of this article appears in print on August 27, 2019 of The Himalayan Times.


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