Nepal’s ruling party, Nepal Communist Party (NCP)’s Standing Committee will be held on 11th September, 2020. Originally scheduled to be held on July 28, the meeting had been postponed since.
NCP Co-Chair and Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli and Co-Chair as well as former Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ agreed to summon the long overdue meeting in a meeting held today.
According to NCP central department of publicity deputy chief Surya Thapa, the date for the Standing Committee meeting was set today morning after the meeting between the party two chairmen at the official residence of Prime Minister at Baluwatar.
PM Oli and leader Dahal had held a meeting at Baluwatar which was attending by the NCP top ranking leaders as well as its general-secretary Bishnu Poudel.
The meeting of NCP secretariat held on September 3 had deliberated on the report prepared by the taskforce formed to address the internal disputes in the party.
A proposal seeking deliberation on that report would be presented in the upcoming Standing Committee’s meeting.