Kathmandu, September 15: As many as 11 CPN-UML lawmakers in Province 2 have aligned themselves with Madhav Kumar Nepal-led CPN Unified Socialist.

Chairman Thakur said that DSP has been getting wide support and popularity in the country.

As many as 10 lawmakers of the Province-1 Provincial Assembly have left the CPN-UML to join the newly-formed CPN (Unified Socialist).

Biratnagar, September 1: As many as 10 lawmakers of the Province-1 Provincial Assembly have left the CPN-UML to join the newly-formed CPN (Unified Socialist).

September 1: Nepali Congress (NC) is all set to begin the 14th General Convention of the party by holding the ward convention on September 3.

Taking to social media, Bhattarai said even if the first unconstitutional variant was defeated, the second constitutional or early election variant could come.

With the EC updating JSP details, Mahanta Thakur is now no more the co-chair of JSP.

Talking to the media at Janakpurdham Airport, Nidhi said his candidature would continue irrespective of the days remaining for the general convention.

He stressed on the need to establish a ’10 plus one state’ and a multi-national state.

The proposal was seconded by the meeting’s chairperson.

At a meeting held at Home Ministry, matters related to enhancing collaboration between federal and province governments for COVID control were discussed.

The NC has a legal compulsion to hold 14th General Convention by September 1-4.

Issuing a statement, Yadav urged party rank and file to unite and strengthen the JSP.

The meeting will also conduct an orientation session on contemporary politics.

7/10/2021

Kathmandu, 10 July: Hari Narayan Yadav of Dhanusha has approached the Election Commission (EC) for registration of the then Rastriya Janata Party (RJP) Nepal, which was led by Mahantha Thakur, under his chairmanship.

7/8/2021

Kathmandu, 8 July: The Election Commission (EC) has formed a five-member bench to settle the intra-party row within the Janata Samajbadi Party(JSP).

7/7/2021

Kathmandu, 6 July: The meeting called by the Election Commission (EC) to resolve the intraparty feud subsisting between two factions of the Janata Samajwadi Party (JSP) has ended without transient outcome.

7/5/2021

Kathmandu, 29 July: The Election Commission (EC) has called the rival factions of Janata Samajbadi Party (JSP) to its office for discussion.

7/5/2021

Kathmandu, 29 June: Senior leaders of Janata Samjbadi Party (JSP) Mahnatha Thakur faction Raj Kishor Yadav and Amrita Agrahari have refused to sign the letter to election commission sent on behalf of the executive members.

7/5/2021

Rajbiraj, June 28: Janata Samajwadi Party (JSP) Chairman Upendra Yadav has claimed that the House of Representatives will be restored and Nepali Congress President Sher Bahadur Deuba will become the Prime Minister.

6/27/2021

Rajbiraj, 27 June: Janata Samajwadi Party (JSP) Chairman Upendra Yadav has claimed that the House of Representatives will be restored and Nepali Congress President Sher Bahadur Deuba will become the Prime Minister.

6/24/2021

Kathmandu, 24, June: Chairman Mahanta Thakur and senior leader Rajendra Mahato faction of the Janata Samajwadi Party (JSP) is holding a meeting of the party’s lawmakers and executive committee meeting today.

6/23/2021

Kathmandu, 23 June: With the Supreme Court (SC) passing an interim order, invalidating the cabinet expansion made by caretaker Prime MInister KP Sharma Oli, 20 Cabinet members have lost their ministerial portfolios. The Oli-led Cabinet now has only five members.

6/23/2021

Kathmandu, 23 June: For the first time after being appointed as a minister, the post of a minister who came to the home district to receive welcome and congratulations from well-wishers has been shattered.

6/23/2021

Kathmandu, 23 June: Anil Jha, who has become the Minister for  Water  Supply and Sanitation, arrived in Rautahat on Tuesday along with his party. Lalan Yadav of Madhu Narayan Municipality-3, Sakhuwa, Vijay Yadav of Garuda-5, and Dipendra Yadav was arrested for showing him a black flag. While they were under police control, 20 ministers, including Jhas, were released by an interim order of the Supreme Court.