KATHMANDU, Feb 9: CPN-UML Chairman KP Sharma Oli on Thursday said that the incumbent government has only three months lifespan left, only if it doesnt die due to natural causes.
He was of the opinion that the government will get changed within three months owing to disputes among the ruling parties about new Inspector General of Police (IGP) of Nepal Police.
Addressing the ninth Central Committee meeting of All Nepal Womens Association, a sister organization of the party, Oli said, "All the governments for temporary. The government has only three months lifespan left."
Blaming the government to be more profit-oriented, the former Prime Minister said that it was involved in milking the state coffers rather than strengthening the state mechanism.
On a separate note, Oli charged the government accusing that it refused doling out money to earthquake victims and the National Reconstruction Authority.
"Blaming of non-performance by not providing money is not suitable act of the government," he said, adding that the government doled out the money only after sacking the then Chief Executive Officer, Sushil Gyewali and appointing Govinda Raj Pokharel as CEO.
Hinting toward India, Oli said that a good neighbor should help Nepal to solve its problems rather than further escalating it. In a separate context he further said that paid agents are being deployed to tarnish UML.
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