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CPN (Maoist Centre) designates province in-charges



Kathmandu, Feb 28: The ruling CPN (Maoist Centre) has assigned its leaders with the responsibilities to carry out party’s jobs in provinces.

The Standing Committee (SC) meeting convened at party’s headquarters in Parisdanda today finalized the division of the responsibilities for province in-charges and co-in-charges.

Haribol Gajurel has been given the responsibility of Koshi Province in-charge while Sabitra Kumar Kafle as its co-in-charge. Similarly, Leelamani Pokharel has been assigned in-charge in Madhes Province and Bishow Nath Shah as co-in-charge.

Party Vice-Chairperson and Spokesperson Agni Prasad Sapkota has been entrusted with responsibility of Bagmati Province in-charge while Dinanath Sharma has been chosen as the Gandaki Province in-charge with Hariraj Adhikari as co-in-charge.

Chakrapani Khanal has been appointed Lumbini Province in-charge while Kul Prasad KC as co-in-charge. Likewise, Kali Bahadur Malla is the Karnali Province’s in-charge.

Likewise, Girirajmani Pokharel is the in-charge of Sudurpaschim Province with Bina Magar as the co-in-charge, shared Spokesperson Sapkota.

The meeting also appointed Pampha Bhusal as the in-charge of Prabash Province Committee (Middle East), Laxman Panta as in-charge for India and TB Pathak as co-in-charge, and Surendra Kumar Karki as in-charge for Europe-America Committee.

Hitman Shakya is chosen as the in-charge of Special Province Committee and Yesodha Subedi as co-in-charge. Co-in-charges for some provinces are yet to be decided, said Spokesperson Sapkota.

The meeting also decided that the people’s representatives of the federal, provincial and local levels will continue to discharge their duties as per the elected responsibilities.

The meeting also changed the date for launching party’s Terai Madhes National Awareness Campaign from March 14 to March 28 citing lack of time for preparations, said Sapkota.

Similarly, Himal-Pahad-Terai (Mountain-Hill-Terai) National Unity campaign would be launched from April 27.

The meeting also discussed contemporary political issues such concerning loan shark victims and dairy farmers among others and drew the attention of the government to resolve them convulsively, said Sapkota.

Meanwhile, party’s Deputy General-Secretary Janardan Sharma has expressed his note of dissent on the division of responsibilities in the Standing Committee meeting. He expressed his reservations with the proposed division of responsibilities. He argued, “The division of responsibilities is not in accordance with the purpose of formation of party. It seems that the responsibilities were delegated with the hangover of the legislation session.” #Nepal


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