Rastriya Janamorcha relieves Gandaki Province lawmaker Thapa of parliamentary party leader
POKHARA, May 12: Rastriya Janamorcha has taken disciplinary action against a party’s member at Gandaki Province Assembly, Krishna Thapa, citing that he breached the party directives.
Lawmaker Thapa, who was also the parliamentary party leader in the province, was relieved of his position, wrote party’s General Secretary Manoj Bhatta in a letter sent to the Speaker of Gandaki Province assembly. “A letter will be submitted to the province assembly secretariat informing about the party decision,” Bhatta added.
Thapa said that he would not support an alliance of opposition parties including Nepali Congress, CPN (Maoist Center) and Janata Samajbadi Party (JSP) though a parliamentary party meeting chaired by him on April 25 had decided to form a new government.
Meanwhile, Thapa has left Pokhara at a time when the deadline to hand over signatures for the formation of a new government to Gandaki Province Chief Sita Kumari Poudel.