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Thapa task force forms two sub-committees
- The task force will receive the sub-committees’ reports within one week
Feb 28, 2018-With the two task forces expediting the nitty-gritty of the unification bid of the CPN-UML and CPN Maoist Centre one of the task force on Tuesday formed two separate sub-committees to complete its task on time.
The second meeting of the task force of the left alliance formed to draft the party statute and finalise the organisational structure of the new unified outfit has decided to form two sub-committees to draft statute and organisational settings.
The meeting of the task force headed by Home Minister Ram Bahadur Thapa held at UML’s Dhumbarahi based party office decided to form two different sub-committees.
According to the spokesman of the task force Gokarna Bista, the sub-committees would submit their reports to the task force within a week.
As the task force is obliged to submit its report on March 4 the sub-committees will finalise drafts and present at the meeting to be held on March 1, said Bista.
Both the committees have two members. The members of the sub-committee to draft the interim party statute are Barshaman Pun from Maoist Centre and Beduram Bhusal from UML.
While the members of the sub-committee formed to draft the procedure and policies for the unification of sister wings, community organisations, professional organisations and different academies are Gokarna Bista from UML and Giriraj Mani Pokhrel from Maoist Centre.
The task force is responsible to finalise the procedures to merge various organisational structures of the two parties from ward level to the central bodies of the two left parties.
The 11-member task force led by Thapa are Ishwor Pokhrel, Bishnu Poudel, Gokarna Bista, Beduram Bhusal, Raghubir Mahaseth and Surendra Pande from UML and Giriraj Mani Pokhrel, Janardan Sharma, Matrika Yadav and Barshaman Pun from Maoist Centre. The first meeting of the task force held on Saturday had decided to exchange the statutes and other documents of both the parties. Another task force led by senior UML leader Madhav Kumar Nepal has also expedited its tasks to draft the political document of the new outfit.
Published: 28-02-2018 07:26