By TRN Online, Kathmandu, Nov. 18: The Secretariat meeting of the ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) has concluded for today deciding to hold another meeting on Nov. 28, Saturday.
The meeting decided to hold Standing Committee meeting on December 3 and postpone the Central Committee meeting for December 10.
Narayan Kaji Shreshtha, NCP spokesperson, informed that the Secretariat meet decided that one of the two NCP Chairmen KP Sharma Oli, also Prime Minister, would present his proposal in the Secretariat meeting to be held on Nov. 28 and that the Standing Committee meeting to be held on December 3 would further discuss on the agenda, reports and issues presented in the Secretariat meeting and approve them.
NCP spokesperson Shrestha said that the Secretariat meeting held to resolve internal struggle of the party would take appropriate decision to settle issues.
Earlier, NCP executive Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' had in the first day of the Secretariat meeting held on Nov. 13 presented a political report for discussion.