By A Staff Reporter Kathmandu, July 30: Nepali Congress on Thursday decided to resolve the disputes seen in some districts over its active membership within five days. A meeting of the sitting and former office bearers of the party held at the Budhanilkantha-based residence of Prime Minister and party chief Sher Bahadur Deuba decided to solve all kinds of disputes to create a conducive environment for holding its 14th general convention slated for September 1-4. After the meeting, NC Active Membership Probe Committee coordinator Ramesh Lekhak informed that the meeting decided to hold its general convention on the scheduled date by managing all disputes within five days. He informed that his committee submitted its last report to party president Deuba on Thursday, as the latter had instructed them to submit it by making revisions within 24 hours. The report suggested that the Central Working Committee should resolve all disputes, which the committee could not settle. "Some issues need to be resolved by the central leadership," he said. Lekhak informed the issues would be settled after the top leaders discuss them. "We suggested holding the central level general convention as scheduled. However, the committee suggested holding local level general convention from mid-August. According to committee member Pradeep Paudel, the central leaders are shouldered the responsibility to resolve the active membership row seen in Saptari, Bara, Dhanusa, Sarlahi, Sindhupalchowk and Rasuwa districts.