Split in the ruling coalition in Nepal, many MPs and MLAs applied to form a new party

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JSP-N MLA Pradeep Yadav said 29 central committee members and seven MPs have jointly applied to form a new party. Seven of the party’s 12 House of Representatives members – Rai, Sushila Sherastha, Pradeep Yadav, Naval Kishore Sah, Ranju Kumari Jha, Birendra Mahato and Hasina Khan – supported the new party named ‘Janata Samajwadi Party’ (without ‘Nepal’). Is.

The Janata Samajwadi Party-Nepal (JSP-N), one of the coalition partners in the government led by Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda, split after most of its MPs and more than two dozen central committee members applied for a new party. Is. A faction of the JSP-N, led by party’s federal council president Ashok Rai, filed an application for a new party while party president Deputy Prime Minister Upendra Yadav, who is also the health and population minister, is on a foreign trip.

JSP-N MLA Pradeep Yadav said 29 central committee members and seven MPs have jointly applied to form a new party. Seven of the party’s 12 House of Representatives members – Rai, Sushila Sherastha, Pradeep Yadav, Naval Kishore Sah, Ranju Kumari Jha, Birendra Mahato and Hasina Khan – supported the new party named ‘Janata Samajwadi Party’ (without ‘Nepal’). Is.

The Election Commission on Monday officially recognized Ashok Rai-led Janata Samajwadi Party (JSP) as a new political party. Party insiders said Rai registered the new party on the advice of Prime Minister Prachanda to counter Yadav, whose relations with the ruling coalition have soured recently. There are reports that after NC president Sher Bahadur Deuba allegedly offered the Prime Minister’s post to Yadav to topple the Prachanda-led government, Yadav is in trouble with the opposition Nepali Congress and Madhav Kumar Nepal-led ruling party alliance CPN-Unified Socialist. Were trying to cooperate with.

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