Maoist Centre puts off Standing Committee meet
Kathmandu, 19 April (2021) - A Standing Committee meeting of the CPN (Maoist Centre) summoned for this afternoon has been put off.
The meeting was postponed, citing the need to hold discussions about latest political developments with other political parties in the aftermath of the cessation of the House of Representatives' winter session by the government from today.
Party standing committee member Ganesh Shah said the meeting would take place probably on Tuesday after sitting for dialogues with other top political leadership about latest political developments in the nation.
The today's meeting was likely to discuss about the contemporary political scenario.
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