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Nepal : Oli to Continue as PM

Oli Prachand Meet

Nepal’s ruling Nepalese Communist Party (NCP) is expected to end the war of political dominance. Nepali PM KP Sharma Oli and party executive president Pushp Kamal Dahal Prachanda met again on Thursday to resolve their differences.

Sources say that PM Oli agreed to hand over complete control of the party to Prachanda in the meeting. In return, Oli’s post of Prime Minister may be retained, due to which his party leaders raised the crisis due to his anti-India statements.

Sources say that the two sides have come close to reaching a compromise on this issue. The two leaders are also expected to meet on Friday. Earlier, PM Oli had said in a TV interview on Wednesday that he would solve the internal crisis of the party within five days.

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