Kathmandu: Nepal Prime Minister K.P. Sharma Oli on Sunday resigned in the wake of a no-trust motion against him in Parliament plunging the Himalayan nation in a fresh bout of political uncertainty.
He submitted his resignation to President Bidhya Devi Bhandari at the President’s Office here, officials here said.
Oil was expected to announce his resignation shortly in the Nepal Parliament, where he was to reply to the motion of no-confidence against his government.
Nepal’s Parliament on Friday began discussing the no-trust motion after three bills related to the annual budget were rejected by a majority vote.
The rejection of the budget-related bills came as a major blow to the Oli government, which was reduced to a minority after key alliance partner, Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist-Centre) withdrew support earlier this month.
Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *
KPIT Awarded the FKCCI CSR Awards 2018 for CSR Excellence in Basic Education
SMEs, partners must collaborate to fast track cloud adoption in East Africa
We must find a voice in the global health conversation or face the consequences
Magma to offer Scholarships to Meritorious Students from underprivileged families
The ‘INDIA 2.0’ Project: ŠKODA AUTO assumes responsibility for the Indian market on Volkswagen Group’s behalf
2014 The Global Indian New Network (TGINN)