Nepal : broadcast of indian channels stopped
The broadcast of Indian news channels has been stopped in Nepal amid the political crisis. Nepal’s cable TV provider told news agency ANI that the signals of Indian news channels in the country have been switched off. However, so far no such order has been issued by the Government of Nepal.
At the same time, the Nepal Communist Party (NCP) has accused the Indian media of baseless propaganda against the Government of Nepal and its Prime Minister. Nepal’s media gave this information. Former Deputy Prime Minister of the country and the spokesperson of the ruling NCP, Narayan Kazi Shrestha said that the Indian media has crossed all limits to propagate against the Nepal government and our Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli. This is enough Put an end to this nonsense here.
On the other hand, differences within the ruling Communist Party of Nepal (NCP) do not seem to be ending. According to a media report on Thursday (9 July), no consensus has been reached between Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli and party executive president Pushp Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ even after more than half a dozen meetings in a week. .
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On Wednesday (8 July), an important meeting of the 45-member Standing Committee of the NCP was postponed till Friday (10 July). This was the fourth consecutive time the party meeting had been deferred, so that the two presidents of the party had enough time to resolve the differences. It is expected that the political future of the 68-year-old Oli may be decided during a standing committee meeting on Friday.
In the meantime, Chinese Ambassador Hou Yankee’s activism in Nepal has increased, so that Oli’s chair can be saved. The Prachanda camp has the support of senior leaders and former Prime Ministers Madhav Kumar Nepal and Jhalanath Khanal. The camp is demanding Oli’s resignation and says Oli’s recent anti-India remarks were “neither politically correct nor diplomatically justified.”
The differences between the two factions of the Nepal Communist Party increased when the Prime Minister decided unilaterally to prematurely end the budget session of Parliament. According to the news of Kathmandu Post, no consensus could be reached even after several rounds of talks between Oli and Prachanda. Meanwhile, there were sporadic demonstrations in support of Oli across the country on Wednesday (July 8) despite an agreement with Prachanda regarding not giving instructions for the protests.