KATHMANDU, Mar 25: Federal Socialist Forum Nepal's 15 member jumbo team has left for China at the invitation of Chinese Communist Party for a week visit.
Led by FSFN vice chairperson Renu Yadav, the team consists of seven parliamentarians and eight central members of the party.
On the visit, FSFN team will meet the leaders of Chinese Communist Party, ministers of the Chinese government and Head of the Beijing Metropolitan City. They have scheduled to visit Guangzhou, Guiyang and Beijing.
“The Chinese Communist Party invited FSFN members before the election. However, we couldn’t go since we were busy in the elections,” Renu Yadav, Vice Chairperson of the party said.
Thos in a state visit include Pradip Yadav, Rambabu Yadav, Surendra Yadav, Jaya Ram Yadav, Rana Dhoj Yadav, Ram Preet Paswaan, Arjun Thapa, Sanjaya Singh, Bhuraj Rai, Ram Aashis Yadav, Shesnarayan Yadav, Dinesh Kumar Yadav and Milan Kumar Yadav.
Provided that the government agrees to amend the constitution in a signed agreement, FSFN has expressed its willingness to join the government. FSFN leaders said that Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli's reluctance to sign the already agreed draft agreement on constitution amendment has delayed the party from joining the government.