RPP-RPPN uni­fi­ca­tion process de­railed

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On the is­sue of whether to join the gov­ern­ment or not, the uni­fi­ca­tion process of the two par­ties -- RPP and RPPN sched­uled for 9 Au­gust was dis­turbed. RPPN has taken the stance for not join­ing the present the NC-MC coali­tion gov­ern­ment. It was sure that RPPN would have dis­turbed the de­sire of those RPP lead­ers will­ing to join the gov­ern­ment. There­fore, un­der the pres­sure of those lead­ers in a hurry to join the gov­ern­ment, RPP chair­man Pashu­pati Shumsher Rana abruptly an­nounced the post­pone­ment of the RPPRPPN uni­fi­ca­tion process and the party de­cided to send two MPs – Di­pak Bo­hara and Bikram Pandey – to join the gov­ern­ment. Mean­while, a source in­formed that two days ahead of the uni­fi­ca­tion as­sem­bly of the two par­ties, an In­dian diplo­mat was hav­ing din­ner with RPP chair Rana. Af­ter the din­ner meet­ing, Rana changed his mind and an­nounced the can­cel­la­tion of the uni­fi­ca­tion process sched­uled for 9 Au­gust. The two par­ties, af­ter fi­nal­iz­ing all the process, had even booked a hall at the Ras­triya Sabha Griha but with­out any con­sul­ta­tion with RPPN chair Ka­mal Thapa, Rana had an­nounced can­cel­la­tion of the uni­fi­ca­tion dec­la­ra­tion pro­gramme.

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