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  • RPP's internal dispute likely to end

    Sunday 16th of July


    Kathmandu, July 16: Dispute regarding the proposed constitution amendment within the Rastriya Prajatantra Party (RPP) is likely to resolve as the both sides (protesting party and the establishment) have agreed to be flexible and solve the matter.

    Party cadres from around the country have been pressing both the sides to come and work together. The party has divided over the issue of constitution amendment and whether it should join the incumbent government.

    Talking to Rastriya Samachar Samiti, RPP's Spokesperson Bhuwan Pathak said homework was being done for reaching a new agreement by evaluating shortcomings of the both sides of the party.

    Party leader Pashupati Shamsher JB Rana has been expressing displeasure at the appointment of 42 party central members 'unilaterally' by RPP chairman Kamal Thapa, arguing that such act has put the party at risk.

    Likewise, RPP leader Rajaram Shrestha viewed that loyal leaders have felt that evaluation of their contribution has been ignored as the trend of creating groupism within by opportunists is plaguing the party itself. RSS

     




















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