26 August, Kathmandu. Yogesh Bhattarai, head of the CPN-UML publicity division, mentioned Speaker Agni Prasad Sapkota didn’t wish to speak to him. Talking to reporters in regards to the occasion’s standing committee assembly on Saturday, he mentioned the president ought to focus on the problems raised by the UML.
Even earlier than the break up, the UML had expelled 14 of its MPs. However, the CPN-UML is obstructing Parliament as Speaker Sapkota didn’t acknowledge the motion. Leader Bhattarai mentioned there was an issue because the speaker didn’t wish to take heed to the UML.
“The speaker did not want to come into the conversation. He had to talk to the leader of our parliamentary party,” he mentioned.
Stating that there ought to be a task between the ruling occasion and the opposition in Parliament, Bhattarai mentioned the speaker’s angle in direction of the UML was not correct.