Prime Minister dissatisfied with the Election Commission

File Photo Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli addressing a public meeting organized by the Communist Party of Nepal (CPN) on Friday, February 5, 2021. Photo Courtesy: Chandrakala Chhetri, Rastriya Samachar Samiti

Kathmandu: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has expressed dissatisfaction over the Election Commission’s poor preparation for the mid-term elections. Stating that the election program has not been published yet, he warned not to conspire against the announced election.

“The body that should hold the election should prepare for the election in time. Speaking on the occasion of the 71st National Democracy Day on Friday, Prime Minister Oli said, “I went to Asti and asked, ‘We are preparing, but the program.’ Has not been published. ‘

He said earlier, ‘What are you preparing? It doesn’t look so good. The people do not seem to know much about the preparation of the commission.

Prime Minister Oli has denied the allegations in a statement issued Friday stating “Similar, baseless allegations concerning his party have been made more than once. He said, “The date of the election has been announced to hold the election on the fixed date. I don’t want any conspiracy against him. ‘

Prime Minister Oli has even claimed that the constitution will not be violated. Saying that the election will not end democracy, he said, “Elections will be held in April, the government will be formed and where is the constitution?”