The major ruling party CPN (UML) and its coalition partner CPN Maoist Centre have reached a decision to face the major opposition party's criticism on the newly tabled budget estimates at the Legislature-Parliament.
A meeting held between CPN (UML) Chairman and Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli and CPN Maoist Centre Pushpa Kamal Dahal at the Prime Minister's official residence at Baluwatar in Kathmandu today decided that together they will face the criticism made by Nepali Congress (NC) on the same.
The heads of the both parties have also drawn a conclusion to implement new budget estimates for fiscal year 2016/017 for it has brought cheer on public and further enthused them, according to Pramod Dahal, press advisor to PM.
Furthermore, leader Oli and Dahal are learnt to have discussed on the latest political scenario in the country.
NC has decided to protest the recently unveiled budget at the Legislature-Parliament
Both CPN (UML) and CPN Maoist Centre have decided to face the criticism to be made by the opposition party at the Legislature-Parliament, shared press advisor to PM, Dahal.