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    Political fiasco in Nepal, Prime Minister Oli watching India make a false accusation
    NBS | Sunday, June 28th, 2020 | Published: 10:46 pm

    Political fiasco in Nepal, Prime Minister Oli watching India make a false accusationPolitical fiasco in Nepal, Prime Minister Oli watching India make a false accusation

    Online Desk – Since the disputed map was passed, there has been a storm in the politics of Nepal. Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli is creating various types of questions to save his chair. Oli does not even have the courage to disappear from his own party meeting at his home. Oli, instead of answering questions raised in his meeting, targeted India at a public function, alleging that his government conspired to topple. Whereas the truth is that there was an agreement between Oli and Prachanda on the swap of the Prime Minister. Even after the stipulated time, Oli has not left the post of Prime Minister Oli. There is an uproar in the party about this. Prachanda has warned that if Oli does not step down as Prime Minister, he will tear the party apart and topple the government.

    The threat clouds are constantly increasing on the chair of Nepal's Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli. PM Oli is now using militant nationalism to divert attention from the ruckus created by the ruling Nepal Communist Party and the ongoing anger against the government in the country. He accused India in a gesture about the infighting in his party and said that an embassy is plotting against my government in a hotel.

    On the occasion of the 69th birth anniversary of Madan Bhandari, Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli said that even if the game of removing him from the post starts but it is impossible. Prime Minister Oli had claimed that meetings were being held to remove him at a hotel in Kathmandu and an embassy was also active in it.

    Oli claimed that conspiracies were being made against him since the constitutional amendment showing the Indian land in the Nepali map. There is an open race to remove me from the post. Oli said that Nepal's nationality is not weak. No one thought that a prime minister would be removed from office for printing the map.

    Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli's party has now reached the brink of collapse. Pushp Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda', the executive chairman of the ruling Communist Party of Nepal, has now demanded his resignation following criticism of PM Oli. Prachanda has warned Oli that if the PM does not resign, he will break the party.

    Prachanda revealed that PM Oli can go to any extent to save his own chair. He alleged that Oli is resorting to the Nepalese Army for the Prime Minister's chair. He said that we have heard that PM Oli is trying to adopt Pakistani, Afghani or Bangladeshi model to remain in power, but such efforts will not succeed in Nepal.

    Prachanda warned Oli that no one can send us to jail in the name of corruption. It is not easy to rule the country with the help of the army. Targeting Oli, Prachanda said that it is not possible to run a government by tying up with the opposition or dividing the party.

    In the meeting of the Standing Committee of the Communist Party, most of the members have demanded the resignation of PM Oli. At the same time, Oli has categorically refused to resign. The two leaders have fiercely accused each other during the meeting. While Prachanda spoke of the failure of the government, Oli said that Prachanda has ruined the party.


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