Nepali Congress reschedules General Convention from Nov 25

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Kathmandu: Yet again, the Nepali Congress has rescheduled its General Convention from November 25 to 29. The Central Working Committee meeting of the NC that took place at the private residence of party President Sher Bahadur Deuba at Budhanilkatha took this decision on Saturday.

According to central member Ram Krishna Yadav, today’s meeting fixed the new date for the General Convention as time constraints did not permit to hold the convention on an earlier slated date.

Leader Yadav further shared that the meeting had decided to finalize the name list of the party’s active membership on August 18 and submit it to the party President on August 19 and make it public on August 20.

Similarly, village/town ward assembly will be called on September 3, village town assembly on September 12, Province Assembly convention on September 17. Similarly, the House of Representatives (HoR) assembly and district assembly having a single constituency will be organized on September 21.

Similarly, the district convention of other districts will be called on September 26 while the province assembly will be organized from October 27 to 29.