Closed Session of JSP-N kicks off

Janakpur: The closed session of Janata Samajwadi Party (JSP)-Nepal has started. Although it was supposed to start from 8 am on Tuesday, the closed session of JSP-N started an hour and a half late.

Chairman Upendra Yadav will present the report of the political proposal in the closed session. JSP-N spokesperson Manish Suman said that the proposal will be discussed in different groups.

According to Suman, the audit proposal will be submitted after the discussion on Chairman Yadav's proposal. Spokesperson Suman said that Amresh Narayan Jha, Chairman of the Audit Committee, will submit the proposal.

JSP-N party president Upendra Yadav presided over the closed session. According to the party constitution, the closed session has to be started by forming the presidium. The representatives have formed a 5-member presidium for the same.

The 5-member presidium consists of Lalbabu Raut, Mrigendra Singh, Leela Sitaula and Rakam Chemjong. It has been termed as (JSP) Nepal's 'national convention of unity'.  It started in Janakpur on Monday. JSP-N organized the convention after one and a half months of party split by senior leader Ashok Rai.


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