NCP leader Panta asks PM Oli to resign if he wants to launch an agitation
Leader of NCP Prachanda-Nepal faction Raghuji Pant(File Photo)
KATHMANDU: Leader of the Nepal Communist Party (NCP) Prachanda-Nepal faction Raghuji Panta has asked Prime Minister KP Oli to step down and take to streets if he wants to launch an agitation.
Speaking at a protest program organized by Prachanda-Nepal faction close Dalit Mukti Morcha at Maitighar on Monday, leader Pant mocked at the PM’s warning of launching a movement if the House of Representatives was reinstated.
“There is no history of a sitting Prime Minister and an executive head threatening of launching an agitation,” he said, adding, ”If the PM is in favor of a movement, he should first resign and take to the street.”
He claimed that PM Oli’s threat to protest is the outcome of the upset mind after realizing that the parliament is going to be reinstated.