NSU working committee on the verge of dissolution
Aug 8, 2018-
Nepali Congress (NC) has decided to dissolve the incumbent working committee of its student wing, Nepal Students Union (NSU), amid growing uncertainty over the party’s assembly.
It has been learnt that the party has decided to form an ad hoc committee soon after disbanding the working committee as there was no indication of holding a conference at a time when the tenure of the working committee is expiring soon.
The current tenure of the NSU central working committee is two years. The tenure of the Nain Singh Mahar-led incumbent working committee is expiring on August 18.
In the NSU statute, there is a provision to extend the tenure by three months on a special occasion.
NC Joint General Secretary and coordinator of a mechanism formed to iron out the issues of NSU Prakash Sharan Mahat has served September 18 deadline to Mahar to come up with an action plan if there were any bases for holding the conference within three months.
NSU leaders, however, said the conference could not be held within three months as the preparations have not been started yet.
Party leadership said the working committee would be dissolved on September 18 if Mahar could not submit the action plan.
The NSU’s establishment side leaders have been operating parallel activities after the NSU failed to hold the conference.
Published: 08-08-2018 20:32