NCP’s central committee meet postponed
Kathmandu- The second meeting of central committee of the Nepal Communist Party, scheduled from January 8, has been postponed till January 29.
The NCP Secretariat meeting held at the official residence of the Prime Minister at Baluwatar today decided to postpone the meeting as the central committee members have to involve in preparation of National Assembly election which is taking place on January 23, said Surya Thapa, Deputy Chief of NCP Central Publicity Department and Prime Minister’s press advisor.
Although the party’s interim statute-2075 issued after unification between the then CPN (UML) and CPN (Maoist Centre) has a provision of holding a central committee meeting once in six months, the meeting is taking place only after one-and-half-year.
A standing committee meeting held from December 15 to 22 had called the central committee meeting.