Chitwan, Nov. 12: CP Mainali has been re-elected as the General Secretary of the CPN (ML). Mainali has been elected as the General Secretary from the 8th National General Convention held in Chitwan. Bhagwati Ghimire, a central member of the party, informed that they have decided to form an 81-member central committee under the leadership of Mainali.
“We have decided to form an 81-member central committee from the general convention. At present, 58 members have been elected. We will increase the number of remaining members in the next meeting ‘, she said. He said that the posts of the remaining office bearers would be divided from the next meeting of the Central Committee.
The eighth general convention of the party held at Narayani Kala Mandir in Narayangarh from Saturday concluded on Monday with the selection of the central committee. Three hundred and fifty delegates from all over the country participated in the convention.
Due to the strike led by Netra Bikram Chand ‘Biplava’ on Tuesday, Male could not select a standing committee member and a politburo member. Standing committee members and politburo members will also be selected from the next meeting, she said. According to Mal विधान’s constitution, one-third of the members of the Central Committee are members of the Politburo.
Six working papers were presented in the closed session of the General Convention. Ghimire said that all the working papers were passed unanimously. Mal असफल has taken the policy of abolishing the failed British parliamentary system in Nepal as well.
CP Mainali is the founding general secretary of CPN-Malay, which was established in 2035 BS. He was the General Secretary of Mal till 2039 BS. After 2047 BS, various communist parties and CPN-ML merged to form CPN-UML. Until 2054 BS, Mainali was in UML.
After the split of the UML on 11 February 2054, the CPN (Maoist) formed under the leadership of Bamdev Gautam moved towards Mainali. After the return of leaders including Bamdev Gautam to UML in March 2058 BS, Mainali has been working to strengthen the party. News Factory File Photo