KATHMANDU, June 11: Prime Minister K P Oli, who is already feeling heat after 23 CPN-UML lawmakers close to Madhav Kumar Nepal signed in the writ petition filed at the Supreme Court demanding appointment of Nepali Congress (NC) President Sher Bahadur Deuba as new Prime Minister, has found himself in further difficult situation after three separate orders issued by the Supreme Court on Thursday.
KATHMANDU, May 10: Chairman of CPN (Maoist Center) Pushpa Kamal Dahal has said that Prime Minister K P Oli does not have any moral ground to seek a vote of confidence in the parliament that he dissolved earlier.
KATHMANDU, Jan 15: Supreme Court (SC) has refuted news reports published in a section of media about the meeting between Prime Minister K P Oli and the SC justices assigned to the Constitutional Bench that is entrusted with the responsibility to decide the fate of the dissolved parliament.
KATHMANDU, Dec 18: The rival faction led by Pushpa Kamal Dahal within the ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) has warned of taking further action against Prime Minister K P Oli if the latter did not withdraw the ordinance related to the Constitutional Council.
TAPLEJUNG, Nov 23: Stating that his resignation was sought as “some people were scared by the popularity of the current government”, Prime Minister K P Oli has said that the current government will not change in any circumstances. Prime Minister Oli also termed those making allegations that his government did nothing as “a bunch of jobless people seeking to bring instability in the country.”
KATHMANDU, Nov 18: Amid growing intra-party conflict within the ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP), Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli, who is also the chairman of the NCP, has called a cabinet meeting at 2 pm.
KATHMANDU, Nov 9: Two task force members close to Nepal Communist Party (NCP) Executive Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal have abstained from a meeting called by Prime Minister KP Oli, who is also one of the two chairmen of the party.
KATHMANDU, Nov 7:Five of the nine Secretariat members of the ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) have sought the consent of Prime Minister KP Oli, who is also the party’s chairman, to hold the Secretariat meeting at the earliest to resolve various differences seen within the party.