The ruling Nepali Congress (NC) has initiated its Parliamentary Party meeting in the Lhotse Hall of the Federal Parliament Building in Kathmandu. Key officials from the NC have gathered to discuss crucial matters ahead of the upcoming winter session set to commence on Monday.
NC Chief Whip Ramesh Lekhak conveyed that the primary focus of discussions would be on presenting the party’s stance effectively during the winter session. Deliberations will encompass the role of parliamentarians in introducing various bills, along with strategies to enhance their effectiveness. Additionally, the party’s recommendations for leading the Budget Session will be part of the agenda.
Lekhak highlighted that President Ramchandra Poudel has summoned the parliamentary session on February 5 at 4 pm, aligning with the Winter Session recommendations from the government.
The parliamentary meeting is anticipated to cover a spectrum of topics, including the presentation of numerous bills and the pivotal role of MPs in advancing legislative agendas. As the largest party in the parliament, the NC aims to strategize on ways to augment its effectiveness in parliamentary proceedings.