Jeevan Bahadur Shahi

Jeevan Bahadur Shahi to take a vote of confidence on November 30

Karnali Chief Minister Jeevan Bahadur Shahi has decided to take a vote of confidence on November 30.

One month after the appointment of Chief Minister, Chief Minister Shahi will take a vote of confidence. Chief Minister Jeevan Bahadur Shahi has called a meeting of the Karnali Provincial Assembly on November 30 for the purpose of the trust.

Chief Minister Tilak Pariyar has called on Chief Minister Jeevan Bahadur Shahi to convene a state assembly session on December 29 for the purpose of taking a vote of confidence. According to Tej Prakash Joshi, Deputy Secretary of the Karnali Provincial Assembly Secretariat, all the members have been informed to attend the meeting as the Provincial Assembly Secretariat has convened a meeting at 1 pm on November 30.

Shahi was appointed as the Chief Minister on 2 November. Even after becoming the chief minister for a long time, Shahi has not been able to complete the cabinet.

On the 14th day of becoming the Chief Minister, Chandra Bahadur Shahi of the CPN (Unified Socialist) was appointed Minister for Land Management, Agriculture, and Cooperatives.

Despite the appointment of a royal minister, the Council of Ministers has not been able to expand due to disagreement between the ruling parties over the distribution of ministries. In the Karnali state government, which is a coalition of the CPN-Maoist Center, Nepal Congress, and the CPN (Unified Socialist), the UCPN-M is demanding four ministers and the Unified Socialists three.

Chief Minister Shahi has tried to keep the Congress with him for four ministries including the Chief Minister while the Maoists are demanding four ministries as they are the largest party. The Unified Socialists have demanded three ministries as per the previous agreement.

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