Kathmandu, May 9, 2022:
The Netra Bikram Chand-led
Communist Party of Nepal (CPN) has split formally with a dissident
leader of the party, Dharmendra Bastola forming a separate party named
the CPN (Majority), accusing that the “Chand-led faction is getting
stuck in the quagmire of parliamentary politics.”According to Bastola, the new party was formed after “rejecting the
conspiracy of some of the party’s central members” to trap the party in
the parliamentary system by contesting the local polls from the UML’s
Bastola said that the new strategy of his party was to complete the
scientific socialist revolution and by carrying forward the slogan of
prosperity and independence of the country.
“After the Biplav [Chand]-led faction was tempted to take some
central members to the polls under the UML symbol, we decided to form a
new party by continuing the goal of completing the democratic
revolution,” Bastola said.
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