Thursday, 14 July 2016

KP Oli Wants To Salute Nepali People For Their Love For The Nation - Video Report

Posted by Anup Baral July 14, 2016 :
Six months in, the governing style of Kp Oli's government is coming into focus.For a government that makes much of its progressive, forward-looking credentials, the Oli crew are unusually obsessed with digging up the recent past. The platform itself was filled with promises. Khadga Prasad Sharma Oli, a relatively dynamic leader of Nepali politics, was elected the new Prime Minster of Nepal on 12th October 2015. He has a huge challenge to normalized relationship with India, which has, to show displeasure towards the new constitution on Madhesh issue, imposed an unofficial economic blockade on Nepal. The problems are big but resolvable, for which the support of Nepali Congress, the largest party in the parliament, is required A possible constitutional amendment in response to the Madhesh demands will help ease ongoing problems with India and will give Madheshi parties a reason to be the part of the solution. KP Oli in Nepali politics, began his political journey as a member of a communist youth movement in 1966.Born in the Terhathum district of eastern Nepal on February 22, 1952, Oli was educated in the plains of Jhapa in eastern Nepal, where he became influenced by local communist leaders as a teenager. In 1970, Oli became a member of the Nepal Communist Party and began an underground life, as the erstwhile royal regime cracked down on communists. He was arrested on and off and spent 14 years in prisons in different parts of the country during the 1970s and 80s. Oli was released in 1987, and became a central executive committee member of the Communist Party of Nepal-Unified Marxist-Leninist. He won elections to parliament in 1991, 1999, and 2013.

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