UML urges Prime Minister not to carry out works having long-term impact


Kathmandu: The CPN (UML) has drawn the attention of the present government not to carry out or have others to carry out any works that will have long-term impact.    
A press release issued by UML General Secretary Shanker Pokhrel today states that the attention of Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal has been drawn not to carry out any works that would have long-term impact, as the government has been reduced to a minority status after the UML withdrew its support to the government.    
The two largest parties in the parliament – UML and the Nepali Congress – had reached an understanding on July 1 to form a government of national consensus under UML Chairman KP Sharma Oli's leadership, and the UML had, on July 3, withdrawn its support to the present government.    
The UML has once again requested Prime Minister Dahal to participate in the process of forming a government of national consensus and extend cooperation to that end since the incumbent government is not in a position to garner a vote of confidence in the parliament in the present situation.