24 August Kathmandu. Nepali Congress Vice President Bimlendra Nidhi has demanded to convene a gathering of the Central Working Committee.
Deputy Chairman Nidhi has demanded to convene a gathering of the Central Committee to take away the lively membership dispute inside the get together and the errors within the election directions.
Deputy Chairman Nidhi, in a letter to Speaker Sher Bahadur Deuba on Wednesday, mentioned that the errors and contradictory provisions within the Constitution ought to be corrected whereas implementing the election directions within the Central Committee assembly.
Nidhi wrote within the letter, “The guarantee has been reduced that all reserved groups will be represented in the representatives to be elected from the Union Parliament constituency. They have been barred from attending the convention.” Yes, subsequently, I request all inclusive and reserved teams within the common session to instantly convene a gathering of the Central Committee to reconstitute the availability of obligatory illustration and to take away the impediments to the suspension of the provisions of the Constitution, Rules and Directions.
Although the availability of the Congress’ election directive has ensured the illustration of the reserved group on the decrease degree, there are protests saying that the presence within the higher construction of the get together has diminished. Congress leaders from Dalit, Muslim, Tharu and minority communities are demanding correcting of the election directive.
Nidhi, who’s making ready for the put up of get together president within the 14th common session, has additionally drawn the eye of get together president Deuba for withdrawing the disciplinary motion taken towards the Congress leaders.
Describing self-discipline and leveling as separate points, he pressured the necessity for withdrawal of disciplinary motion towards leaders and activists together with Govinda Raj Joshi of Tanhun and Pushpak Ojha of Kailali.
Reminding that the duty of successful the following three-tier election rests with the Congress, he mentioned it might be prudent, prudent and sensible to withdraw the disciplinary motion.
He wrote to the Speaker asking him to convene a gathering of the Central Committee to determine on the withdrawal of the disciplinary motion.