Pradhan Kathmandu: Prime Minister Ok P Sharma Oli-led ruling Communist Party of Nepal-Unified Marxist Leninist (CPN-UML) has suspended senior get together leaders Madhav Kumar Nepal and Bhim Rawal, accusing them of finishing up anti-party actions. In two separate letters issued to former prime minister Madhav Nepal and Vice-chairperson Rawal, the get together mentioned that that they had been suspended from the get together’s membership for six months.
“This action has been taken as the party was not satisfied by the clarifications furnished by you for your anti-party activities. This is your last chance to correct yourself,” the letter mentioned. “The suspension period can be reduced if you revise your opinions and correct your anti-party activities, said the letter signed by UML Chairman and Prime Minister Oli. In the letter, Madhav Nepal and Rawal have been accused of promoting factional politics within the party by holding “unauthorized” gatherings of get together members.
Oli’s choice to droop them comes at a time when the intra-party rift inside the ruling get together has climaxed owing to factional feud. Madhav Nepal and Rawal final week boycotted the get together’s parliamentary get together assembly known as by Chairperson Oli for a second time, taking robust exceptions to the “unilateral selections” taken by him on varied inside problems with the get together.
The two factions led by Oli and Madhav Nepal are at loggerheads over various points. The CPN-UML, revived after the Supreme Court verdict to invalidate the Nepal Communist Party born out of the merger between the then CPN-UML and CPN (Maoist Center) in 2018, has witnessed a critical inside feud because the Oli-led faction is taking actions one after one other towards the leaders of Madhav Nepal-led faction accusing them of being concerned in factional politics.