There should not be external interference over internal affairs – Nepal Communist Party

Nepal Foreign Affairs (KATHMANDU, 4 February 2019) – The Secretariat meeting of the Nepal Communist Party (NCP) has directed the taskforce, formed to conclude the remaining work of party merger process, to submit the details of work progress within February 5. 

The meeting held at the official residence of the Prime Minister at Baluwatar today directed the taskforce to submit the work progress made so far, said NCP’s Spokesperson, Narayankaji Shrestha. 

A standing committee meeting of the party held on December 27 had formed a nine-member taskforce under coordination of Home Minister and secretariat member Ram Bahadur Thapa to submit the suggestion after carrying out homework on the remaining party merger process. 

Spokesperson Shrestha said that the party Secretariat would take necessary decision after receiving the report along with details of work progress and the report would be presented at standing committee meeting. Although the deadline to submit the report was January 14, the taskforce has not submitted the report yet. 

Similarly, party’s attention was also drawn towards the political scenario developed in Venezuela in the meeting, he added. It also urged not to make any false publicity towards Venezuela incident. 

The Party is in the line that there should not be external interference over internal affairs of any country and the people of that country should resolve the problems from peaceful way if any problem surfaced there, added Shrestha. 

He further clarified that there was no doubt regarding NCP’s foreign policy and international relation. Spokesperson Shrestha said, “Our party is always committed on UN Charter and Principle of Panchasheel. It always respect sovereignty, freedom and geographical integrity of every country.” 

The NCP Spokesperson said that the NCP is always committed and determined to move ahead taking the opposition party together to achieve prosperity along with social justice. 

The meeting also urged the main opposition party, Nepali Congress, to move ahead making common consensus on issues of national importance. 

All secretariat members except Madhav Kumar Nepal were present in the meeting. 

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