Probe panel to make utmost efforts for consensus

Dainik Nepal May 25, 2024 | 16:34

Kathmandu: The parliamentary probe committee formed on embezzlement of cooperatives fund would make utmost efforts to forge consensus so that the parliamentary deadlock would end, said a committee member.

Though an understanding was reached to form a probe committee one week ago after the Nepali Congress continued parliament obstruction demanding formation of a parliamentary probe committee on cooperative fund embezzlement, the parliament meeting is still obstructed in lack of finalization of terms of reference of the probe committee.

A taskforce member and Chief Whip of the CPN UML, Mahesh Bartaula, told that the government had a policy to adopt maximum flexibility to forge consensus in today’s meeting of the taskforce.

A signal was received that consensus would be forged in the panel meeting after the meeting of the top leaders of the major political parties held on Friday which ended in positive note on ending parliament impasse.

Bartaula said they would involve in both formal and informal discussions all the day today and maximum efforts would be taken for consensus.


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