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गृहपृष्ठenglishCPN (Unified Socialist)’s secretariat meeting set for Monday

CPN (Unified Socialist)’s secretariat meeting set for Monday


Kathmandu. The central secretariat meeting of the CPN (Unified Socialist) is set to take place on July 31 (Monday).

Deputy General Secretary Jagannath Khatiwada informed the meeting to be held at the Minbhawan-based central office of the party will discuss the dates and venues for the party’s meetings at different levels.

Earlier, the party had put off its pre-scheduled standing committee, politburo and central committee meetings citing insufficiency of time.




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