New Delhi, June 03: Nepal’s Prime Minister, K P Oli is refusing to yield to party pressure to step down as the nation’s leader. His decision to prorogue both Houses of Parliament has angered the party’s leadership.
New Delhi, June 02: The Nepal’s cabinet has decided to prororgue or discontinue without dissolving the online budget session. This decision was taken at the Cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister K P Oli. On the other hand the top leader of thw Communist Party decided to go ahead with the meet in the absence of Oli.
New Delhi, June 30: Four top leaders of Nepal’s Communist Party including Prachanda have sought proof from Prime Minister, K P Oli about his allegation that India was trying to topple his government. Pushpa Kamal Dahal or Prachanda said that it is not India, but he himself who is seeking Oli’s resignation.
New Delhi, June 29: Nepal’s Prime Minister, K P Oli has accused India of trying to topple him. The allegation comes in the wake of differences cropping up between Oli and Pushpa Kamal Dahal also known as Prachanda.
Oli alleged that meetings were being organised in New Delhi against Nepal’s decision to amend its Constitution to include in its map Kalapani, Lipulekh and Limpiyadhura.
New Delhi, June 27: Nepal’s Prime Minister K P Oli is under immense pressure and the very fact that he skipped the meeting of the Nepal Communist Party is testimony of the same.
There has been immense pressure on him to either quit as the Prime Minister or the post of chairperson of the NCP. Oli is one of the NCP’s two chairpersons, a post that he shares with Pushpa Kamal Dahal or Prachanda.
New Delhi, June 16: New Delhi has indicated that it is willing to talk with the K P Oli government in Nepal, provided the latter creates a conducive atmosphere. Sources tell OneIndia that Nepal must first put on hold the process of getting parliamentary sanction for the country’s new map. Only then, we can sit across the table and talk the source also said.
New Delhi, June 10: India’s relations with Nepal could lead to a standstill, with the latter making a strong pitch to redraw its map.
The push made by the K P Oli government is expected to clear the legislative hurdle in the lower house. Following this, the constitution amendment bill would go before the 59 member National Assembly, where the ruling Communist Party has a clear majority.
New Delhi, May 27: In a major setback to Nepal’s Prime Minister, K P Oli, the decision to alter the map has been put on hold. Sources familiar with the development tell OneIndia that Oli had failed to build a consensus.
May felt that this was an effort on Oli’s part to whip up ultra-nationalistic sentiments against India.