‘Shadow Government’ set up by the Nepali Congress (NC) has endured its first committee gathering on Sunday. NC had established ‘shadow government’ in May according to Section 9 (5A) of the party ordinance in an attempt to make the active role of the party in the government by controlling the actions of the KP Sharma Oli-led administration minutely.
As per Surendra Raj Pandey, the NC’s parliamentary party head of the National Assembly (NA), the gathering headed by the President Sher Bahadur Deuba addressed over joined politics and the administration of the authority.
“Not only immediate past Information Minister Gokul Baskota, other ministries have also been allegedly involved in policy corruption, therefore respective ‘shadow ministers’ have been directed to study over the cases,” notified Pandey stating that the ‘shadow cabinet’ chose to begin research in a various way amid the accusations that the PM was also conscious of events of such policy fraud cases.
Pandey also notified that the NC will continue the conversation with other thirteen parties of parliament on wherewith to continue with the future house conference on Tuesday.
“A joint meeting of all the opposition parties has been called for Monday to voice against Baskota case and other corruption charges against this government,” he said.
The former Minister for Communication and Information Technology Gokul Prasad Baskota had earlier resigned from his job following being accused into controversy after the leakage of an audiotape of a discussion within Minister Baskota and Swiss Company local representative Bijaya Prakash Mishra securing headlines in Nepali news, where the representative was caught negotiating for Rs 700 million in bribe aloft the acquisition of security printing press for the administration.
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