KATHMANDU, Dec 15: Chairperson of the ruling Nepal Communist Party Pushpa Kamal Dahal has concluded that the Oli-led government has failed to publicize its good works.
Presenting an 11-page-long political report during the Standing Committee Meeting that began today afternoon at the party headquarters in Dhumbarahi, Dahal also admitted that the government has done very little in controlling the corruption in the country. In his report, Dahal also mentioned that the government has failed to do enough publicity for its good works.
"Despite several challenges, the remaining task of the party unification has been done. This should be a matter of pleasure," the report states. In his report, Dahal advised the government to coordinate with the party.
It is said that Dahal prepared the report in consultation with another chairperson of the party and Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli. However, PM Oli remained absent in today's meeting citing health issues.
According to NCP spokesperson Narayan Kaji Shrestha, today's meeting witnessed preliminary discussion on the party's statute, key agenda to be taken up during the upcoming Central Committee Meeting and the country's long-standing border issues with India. During the meeting, General Secretary Bishnu Poudel presented an amendment proposal to the party's statute.
The meeting presided by Chairperson Dahal also extended best wishes for the prime minister's good health hoping that he will be able to carry out day-to-day works at the earliest. The meeting is expected to continue for the next couple of days.