NC parliamentary party and parliamentary party working committee meetings deferred

Kathmandu, May 13: The meetings of the Nepali Congress (NC) Parliamentary Party and the Parliamentary Party Working Committee scheduled for today have been postponed.    
NC Chief Whip Ramesh Lekhak said that the meeting of the Working Committee scheduled for 1.0pm and the meeting of the Parliamentary Party slated for 2.00 pm today has been postponed for 9.00 am on May 14.    

He said that the meetings called for discussing the latest political developments and contemporary issues, including the formation of a parliamentary investigation committee on the embezzlements of the cooperatives’ funds, has been deferred by a day for additional preparations.  

“The budget session of the parliament has started. The government is presenting its policies and programmes tomorrow alone, but no consensus has been reached till this hour regarding formation of the parliamentary investigation committee, the topic that we have been raising,” he said, adding that they have postponed the meetings for tomorrow thinking it would be appropriate to devise the required strategy discussing the matter tomorrow on the basis of how the developments on the topic play out throughout the day today.    

NC has been taking a stance of not allowing the parliament proceedings to move ahead until the parliamentary probe committee is constituted to look into the cooperatives fraud scam.    
On Sunday, Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ had held talks with the NC leaders regarding removing the obstruction in parliament. (RSS) 

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