JSP meeting remains inconclusive which party to support form new government
Kathmandu : A meeting of office-bearers of the Janata Samajwadi Party (JSP) today has remained inconclusive on which party it would support in forming a new government.
Lately, the JSP, a key player in forming a new government following the revival of the CPN-UML, has continuously been at work to decide which party it would support to form a new government.
Similarly, a meeting of the party central executive committee called for today itself has been postponed indefinitely, citing a lack of necessary homework for it. The meeting of the party office-bearers at party central office in Balkumari, Lalitpur was called to do homework for the meeting of its executive committee.
A series of meetings held previously to decide which party it would side with to form a new government failed to reach any conclusion, said a party leader Keshab Jha.
Earlier, a meeting of party top leaders on March 15 had remained inconclusive on the matter as well. Likewise, a meeting of party office-bearers slated for March 16 was put off.
In this regard, earlier the party had held talks with Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, the CPN-UML, the CPN (Maoist Centre) and main opposition Nepali Congress.
The party has 32 members in the House of Representatives. Its two parliamentarians have been suspended.