Deuba asks Koirala to help him become Parliamentary Party leader
KATHMANDU: Nepali Congress President Sher Bahadur Deuba has started initiatives from within the party to become prime minister for the sixth time.
Deuba wants the continuity of the coalition government under his leadership but he has to be elected as the Parliamentary Party leader first.
Though he has not staked an official claim for the post yet, he has started discussions with the senior leaders.
During a meeting with former General Secretary Shashanka Koirala on Tuesday, Deuba asked Koirala to help him become the Parliamentary Party leader, Koirala’s Secretariat said.
It has been learnt that Deuba had also asked Shekhar Koirala to help him elect as the Parliamentary Party leader.
Deuba and Koirala had held a discussion on the issue before the elections also.