Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Parchand’ will be the new Prime Minister of Nepal. He is going to take oath as the Prime Minister of Nepal for the third time. This was reported by the office of the President of Nepal on Twitter
Kathmandu: Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Parchand’ is once again going to take the reins of power in Nepal. He will be the next Prime Minister of Nepal and will be sworn in as the Prime Minister of Nepal for the third time on Monday, December 26, tomorrow at 4 PM local time. The office of the President of Nepal tweeted this information.
It should be noted that no political party won a majority after the general elections in Nepal, but in a dramatic development on Sunday, the opposition CPN-UML and other smaller parties agreed to lend their support to Parchand. And with that, he was set to become the Prime Minister for the third time.
In a letter to Nepal’s President Vidya Devi Bhandari, Prachand said that he has the support of 169 MPs, including independent MPs, for the post of Prime Minister. After that, the President appointed him as the Prime Minister of Nepal. He will take oath of office and secrecy tomorrow.
Born on December 11, 1954 in Dhikurpokhari in Kaski district near Pokhara, Parchand worked undercover for about 13 years and entered mainstream politics when the CPN-Maoist launched a decade-long armed insurgency. He abandoned the path of politics and took the path of politics. He led a decade-long armed struggle from 1996 to 2006 that finally ended with the signing of a Comprehensive Peace Agreement in November 2006.
Earlier, in a meeting held at Oli’s residence in Balkot, apart from former Prime Minister Oli, Parchand and leaders of other small parties agreed to form the government under the leadership of Parchand. An agreement is reached between Parchand and Oli to take turns leading the government and Oli agrees to make Parchand the first Prime Minister.
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