Oli’s expression and stance disturbed the ambience

5 October, Kathmandu. After Chairman KP Sharma Oli indicated that the 10-point agreement would not be implemented, Vice-Chairman Bhim Rawal announced his resignation from the task force formed to implement the agreement.

A six-member task force was formed under the coordination of Rawal on September 26 to implement the 10-point agreement. The task force was also trying to implement ten points. However, a standing committee member said that the task force was justified as soon as Rawal resigned.

“After the resignation of the coordinator, the justification of the task force will not be lost,” he says. The CPN (Unified Socialist) formed by Madhav Nepal has reached a 10-point agreement with 10 leaders of the Standing Committee.

In the 10-point agreement, it is mentioned that the party structure of the UML will be active before 2 June 2075 BS and will include the leaders from the UCPN (M). But the standing committee meeting on Thursday and Friday became bitter after Chairman Oli said only on Wednesday that it was not necessary to continue the ten-point one-sided tang tang.

Even leaders close to him like Subash Nemwang, Prithvi Subba Gurung and Pradip Gyawali said that the remaining issues could be resolved as the 10-point agreement has been institutionalized.

As soon as the standing committee started on Thursday, standing committee member Raghuji Pant had objected to Oli’s statement. However, the meeting moved forward after Chairman Oli said that the implementation of the 10-point agreement would be discussed on Friday. But even in Friday’s meeting, Oli took a stand that the 10-point plan would not be implemented.

“Whatever he said outside, he was presented in the same way inside, which created an atmosphere for Bhim Rawal to announce his resignation,” said a standing committee member. According to him, at the beginning of the meeting, Oli had indicated that the 10-point plan would not be implemented.

Vice President Rawal, Deputy General Secretary Ghanshyam Bhusal and Standing Committee member Raghuji Pant objected to Oli’s statement. Pant had said that there was no alternative to the implementation of 10 points to convey the message of party unity. “Ghanshyam Bhusal told those who made 10 points not to treat them like prisoners of war,” said a leader. Bhusal had said that it was dishonest of the chairperson to say that Madhav had agreed on only 10 points for Nepal.

Apart from Rawal, Bhusal and Pant, leaders close to Oli, Subash Nemwang, Prithvi Subba Gurung and Pradip Gyawali also said that the remaining issues could be resolved as the 10-point agreement has been institutionalized. However, Oli remained steadfast in his stand against the standing committee members.

Talking to reporters after the meeting, party secretary Pradip Gyawali said that the 10 points would be fully implemented before the central committee meeting convened on October 27. Gyawali claimed that the issue of implementation of the 10-point agreement was only in some places and would be discussed before the Central Committee meeting. However, as the coordinator of the task force announced his resignation at the standing committee meeting held with the objective of forming a common view both politically and ideologically, it is not possible to reach an agreement as easily as Gyawali’s claim.

There are problems in the Far West and Bagmati, Chitwan, Ilam and Sunsari regarding the implementation of the 10-point agreement. Before 2 June 2075, Bhim Rawal was in-charge of the Far West and Ashtalakshmi Shakya was in-charge of Bagmati. But Oli has taken the stand that Lekhraj Bhatt from the Far West and Ram Bahadur Thapa Badal from the Maoists will be in-charge of Bagmati. There is also dissatisfaction over the appointment of Yogesh Bhattarai as the head of publicity and Pradip Gyawali as the spokesperson and Surya Thapa as the in-charge of Press Chautari.

Added problem

While the stand of the 10-point implementation is facing organizational problems, the dispute over the political program has also been added in the standing committee meeting on Friday. Chairman Oli said that the dissolution of the parliament was a step of compulsion and that it was a mistake for the UML leaders to support Sher Bahadur Deuba as the prime minister and go to court with the demand for the restoration of the parliament.

In the 10-point agreement, it was agreed not to discuss these issues immediately. The UML had remained silent on these issues even at the Legislative General Convention which ended on 15-17 September. But Oli raised these issues at Friday’s standing committee meeting. Rawal, Bhusal and Pant also spoke against it.

“You (Oli) have called for the dissolution of parliament. We have also publicly opposed the dissolution of Parliament ‘, Pant replied. Vice President Rawal has said that he will submit different proposals on these issues.

According to sources, there was a question and answer session between Deputy Secretary General Bhusal and Chairman Oli. After Oli told Deuba that the PM’s proposal and going to court was wrong, Bhusal had reminded him of the decision of 28 February. “Going to the presidency and going to court should be understood as a reaction after a group meeting was held on March 11 to capture the party,” Bhusal replied.

Bhusal also said that he would stand firm against the dissolution of the parliament. Bhusal also objected to Oli’s statement that only the name of the Communist Party of Nepal (CPN) had been changed by the court and unity could have been maintained within 15 days. He argued that the fact that the court had divided the party through politics should not be hidden.

But as Oli and other leaders maintained their positions, the meeting failed to reach a conclusion on the 10-point implementation and political program. However, for the tenth general convention to be held on 10-12 November Formation of basic management committee And the meeting has decided on the qualifications of the delegates to the General Convention.


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