CPN (Unified Socialist) not in hurry to hitch Prachanda-led govt: Madhav Nepal

CPN (Unified Socialist) chairman Madhav Kumar Nepal.

CPN (Unified Socialist) chairman Madhav Kumar Nepal.

Former premier and CPN (Unified Socialist) chairman Madhav Kumar Nepal on Wednesday stated his celebration isn’t in a rush to hitch Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’-led coalition authorities.

Within the 275-member Home of Representatives, CPN (Unified Socialist) has 10 seats.

Mr. Madhav Nepal stated that his celebration wouldn’t rush to take a call about its participation within the authorities, which is anticipated to take a vote of confidence on January 10.

Talking at a programme organised by the celebration’s sister organisation, Youth affiliation Nepal, Kathmandu District Committee, Mr. Madhav Nepal clarified that the political image remains to be not clear and that the politburo assembly of his celebration additionally didn’t take any choice, Myrepublica newspaper reported.

He stated that they’re able to make that call on January 10 after trying on the insurance policies and programmes of the federal government and the actions of the political events which are a part of the federal government.

On January 2, Mr. Madhav Nepal had dominated out the opportunity of becoming a member of the federal government led by CPN-Maoist Middle chief Prachanda.

He stated that the celebration is doing nicely within the present political state of affairs and it isn’t in favour of confronting or accusing anybody.

On December 26, “Prachanda” was sworn in because the Prime Minister for the third time, a day after the previous guerrilla chief dramatically walked out of the pre-poll alliance led by the Nepali Congress and joined arms with opposition chief Okay.P. Sharma Oli.

Mr. Prachanda claims the assist of 169 members within the 275-member Home of Representatives. A political celebration wants 138 seats to kind a authorities beneath its management.

Sher Bahadur Deuba-led Nepali Congress has 89 seats whereas CPN-UML and CPN-MC secured 78 and 32 seats, respectively.