Finally, the Janata Samajwadi Party (JSP), once ready to support Prime Minister KP Oli, reached the edge of his abandonment.
The JSP sources reiterated the need to keep the JSP President’s meeting in Kathmandu on Friday, Upendra Yadav and Rajendra Mahato, and to vote against the Oli Government.
The sources said that, in order to ensure party unity, the leaders of the JSP once saw PM Oli in loyalty and supported the opposition alliance led by the Nepalese Congress, the CPN-Maoist Center, etc.
Leaders who have influenced PM Oli, including President Mahanta Thakur and Rajendra Mahato, have withdrawn from their past positions because their move has not convinced other leaders of the party.
After more than 22 legislators joined another president, Yadav, Thakur is supposed to be in crisis. Furthermore, Mahato’s close comrade also hesitated to follow the path of Thakur leader, who showed his reluctance to make Mahato a leader in the Parliamentary Party.
Dr Baburam Bhattarai and Upendra Yadav reiterated that the Oli government must be overthrown because it paved the way for regression.