Border disputes with India and amendments to the Citizenship Act are unpopular in Nepal

A split in the Communist Party of Nepal is imminent

Now, Nepali Hindus should also unite and remove pro-China Communist Party Government from power, and India should fully support this move.

Kathmandu (Nepal) – The Citizenship Amendments Act and border issues with India resulted in protests and resistance to the anti-India Prime Minister KP Oli within the Communist Party of Nepal.

Executive President and Ex-Prime Minister, PK Dahal Prachanda criticised the Prime Minister and demanded his resignation. If the Prime Minister refuses to step down, he was warned of a major split in the party. Mr. Prachanda enjoys huge support of the party workers.

Several MPs expressed discontent against the Prime Minister Oli. Nepalese people are agitated over the handling of the corona epidemic by the Government.

Mr. Prachanda stated in the ruling party standing committee meeting, “The Government failed to fulfil the aspirations of Nepalese people. If the Government fails to reach its goal of socialism, the party may face defeat in the next elections. The Government and the party are in crisis”.

Oli defended the Government and alleged, “The ruling party leaders are behaving like an opposition party”.