China wants Communist Party rule in Nepal so that it can carry out the conspiracies in this neighboring country of India. Therefore, he has become restless after seeing the disintegration of the China Communist Party. The dragon is so upset that President Xi Jinping has asked his party to go to Kathmandu, a high level team, to prevent a break in the Nepal Communist Party. The Chinese President’s decision comes after the failure of Ambassador Howie Yankee in Nepal.
The leadership team of Gio Yichhau, deputy minister of the International Department of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, will arrive in Kathmandu on Sunday and stay here for the next four days. According to sources present in Kathmandu, Ambassador Howe has decided to first meet senior leaders of the ruling party. However, it is not clear whether Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, who had previously refused to meet Ambassador Howe, will meet the delegation.
It is unlikely that Oli will meet the Chinese delegation. He has already told Ambassador How that China should not interfere in internal affairs of Nepal as the case of dissolution of Parliament is pending in the Supreme Court. An Nepal-based expert said that Ambassador PM is in touch with Oli Camp, but she is unable to contact the PM. He has met more than once with Pushp Kamal Dahal alias Prachanda, the head of the second camp of the Nepal Communist Party. The last meeting was last Thursday.
Last Sunday, PM Oli surprised his opponents and his opponents in the Communist Party of China when he dissolved the parliament. He was in power struggle with Prachanda for a long time. On 30 April and 10 May, his proposal to dissolve the Parliament with two-phase election was accepted by the Nationalist Bidya Devi Bhandari. Oli then addressed the nation on TV, saying that his opponents in the party were not letting him work and were preparing to bring a no-confidence motion.
Pushp Kamal Dahal and PL Oli were the president of Nepal Communist Party which came into existence in 2018. Oli’s Communist Party of Nepal (UML) and Prachanda’s Communist Party of Nepal (Mao) were merged. India has separated itself from the developments in the neighborhood, saying that it is their internal matter which should be controlled keeping in mind the democratic processes of the country. “As a neighbor and well-wisher, India will continue to support Nepal and its people to move forward on the path of peace, prosperity and development,” Indian Foreign Ministry spokesman Anurag Shrivastava said at the press conference on Thursday.