Dahal rules out possibility of CPN's participation in Province 2 government
June 10, 2018 01:33 PM NPT
Co-chairperson of Nepal Communist Party, Pushpa Kamal Dahal interacts with media at Biratnagar Airport. Photo: RSS
BIRATNAGAR, June 10: Chair of Communist Party of Nepal, Pushpa Kamal Dahal has ruled out the possibility of the party's participation in Province 2 government. Meanwhile, Rastriya Janata Party Nepal’s presidium member, Rajendra Mahato said his party would not join the federal government as long as the central government agreed to amend the constitution on written proposal, its major agenda.
Talking to media persons at Biratnagar Airport today, leader Dahal reiterated that the party would not join the province government, despite the participation of Federal Socialist Forum Nepal in the party-led central government.
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