CPN (US) leaders pile pressure on Chairman Madhav Nepal to correct his decision

KATHMANDU: Expressing dissatisfaction over the recent work division and nomination of the CPN (Unified Socialist), some leaders have announced that they have quit the party while many leaders are preparing to tender their resignation.

Party Chairman Madhav Kumar Nepal has also been pressured to withdraw the inter-party directive issued on Thursday.

Senior leader Jhalanath Khanal has also warned Nepal that he would have to face a serious consequence if the decision is not corrected.

Disgruntled leaders and cadres from across the country have been mounting pressure on Khanal to over the decision.

A Standing Committee member said that they have objections mainly on the nomination of central members, formation of central council and work division of central committee among others.

He claimed that there will be a revolt from across the country if the decision is not corrected.

Soon after issuing the directive, central members Raju Gurung and Sabitiri Malla quit the party.

Youth Association General Secretary Deepak GM and central council member Osim Alam have warned to leave the party.

Central Tourism Department member Kumar Thapa has said that he has resigned from the post while central member Mohan Gautam, who had already served as the personal secretary of Nepal, and Krishna Bhattarai, personal secretary, through the social media have also expressed their dissatisfaction saying that there is not alternative to correcting the decision.

Office bearers and Secretariat members have also expressed their disagreement saying that the decision was made without holding consultations with party leaders.

An office bearer said that the party would have to face a big problem if the decision is not corrected.

Leaders close to Nepal have also objected to the decision for not nominating Osim Alam as the central member. They said that many persons, who are not officially associated with the CPN (Unified Socialist), have been nominated as the central members.

The leaders have warned that the party could not move ahead if the decision is not corrected.





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