Prachanda’s tongue modified about MCC, even these days there was once a scuffle within the courtroom



The ruling CPN (Maoist Center) has decided not to pass the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) agreement in the current situation. At a meeting of the standing committee on Tuesday, the leaders questioned the letter written by the finance ministry and prime ministers Sher Bahadur Deuba and Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ to the MCC. The Ministry of Finance had sent a letter to the Millennium Challenge Corporation in August containing the questions raised about the MCC. After receiving the reply, Prime Minister Deuba and UCPN (M) Central Chairman Prachanda had sent another letter.

The issue was made public recently after Prime Minister Deuba and Prachanda sent a letter saying that they would pass the MCC. Leaders of the Maoist center raised the issue at a meeting on Tuesday. Narayan Kaji Shrestha Prakash, Dev Gurung, Lilamani Pokharel and others had said that sending the letter was a serious mistake.

In the meeting, party chairman Prachanda himself had proposed to decide not to pass the MCC agreement in the status quo as it is related to national sensitivities, which was approved by the standing committee. After the meeting, Maoist center spokesperson Krishna Bahadur Mahara also said that the MCC would not move forward without amending the national consensus and agreement. President Vidyadevi Bhandari has sacked the heads of three provinces.

On the decision and recommendation of the cabinet, Bhandari dismissed Somnath Adhikari ‘Pyasi’ of State 1, Govinda Prasad Kaluni of Karnali and Ganga Prasad Yadav of Far West on Tuesday. Today, President Bhandari has appointed Parshuram Khapung in State 1, Tilak Pariyar in Karnali and Devraj Joshi in the Far West as the state chief, according to a statement from the President’s Office.

Maoists decide to hold national conference in Kathmandu

The National Conference of the CPN (Maoist Center) is scheduled to be held in Kathmandu. A meeting of the standing committee held on Tuesday has decided to hold the party’s national general convention in Kathmandu from 11 to 13 December. Spokesperson Krishna Bahadur Mahara informed that the meeting has decided to appoint the state in-charge and chairman in consultation with the members of the central committee in the presence of chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’.





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