PM Oli calls for Security Council meeting amid political crisis in Nepal

File photo of the December-held Security Council meeting in Nepal

Kathmandu [India], February 23: Nepal's acting Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has required a Security Council meeting on Tuesday morning in the midst of rising political vulnerability following his choice to break down the parliament a year ago. 

Oli, who is additionally the Chairman of the Security Council, has gathered a gathering at 9:30 am at his authority home in Baluwatar where Foreign Minister Pradeep Gyawali, Finance Minister Bishnu Poudel, Home Minister Ram Bahadur Thapa and Chief of Army Staff Purna Chandra Thapa are required to be available. 

"It is a normal gathering which is constantly held after a specific timespan," Defense Secretary Reshmi Raj Pandey told ANI in a telephonic collaboration. 

There is a protected arrangement for the National Security Council to be led by the Prime Minister to form strategies identified with the general public premium, security, and safeguard, and to prescribe to the public authority for the assembly or control of the Nepal Army. 

The last round of gatherings was hung on December 21 a year ago, a day after Oli broke down the parliament calling for new races, almost two years before the timetable. 

The most recent round of meeting of Security Council meeting crashes into when the Supreme Court is getting ready to begin conveying its decision once again twelve cases testing Oli's transition to break up the parliament. (ANI)
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