Karnali province government in trouble, 3 ministers to resign
Kathmandu, 4 April (2021) - With the decision of Jhal Nath Khanal-Madhav Kumar Nepal faction of CPN (UML) to withdraw support to Mahendra Bahadur Shahi-led regime, Karnali province government is almost certain to topple.
Parliamentary party meeting under the chairmanship of leader Yam Lal Kandel on Sunday arrived at the decision to withdraw support to Shahi government. Khanal-Nepal faction too was present in the meeting.
One Member of Provincial Assembly (MPA) told Lokantar that three ministers in the government will resign from their post by Monday.
"Parliamentary party in Karnali province assembly is unified and we attended the meeting after agreeing to withdraw support to the government," one MPA told Lokantar.
UML has three ministers in Shahi-led government. Minister Prakash Jwala belongs to Khanal-Nepal faction.
Karnali province assembly has 40 MPAs among which 20 are from UML. CPN (Maoist Centre) has 13 MPAs (one is suspended), Nepali Congress has six and Rastriya Prajatantra Party has one MPA.
Covid-19 management: A herculean task for Nepal
"We are in dire need of a comprehensive legislation to deal with pandemics"
'National unity' led Qatar's resilience against the blockade imposed by neighbors - Yousuf Bin Mohamed, Qatar's Ambassador to Nepal [Interview]
COVID-19's impact on Dalit community in Nepal
Mediation in rape cases: Utterly unacceptable
Education during COVID-19: Is E-learning a good alternative?