Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli is set to take a vote of confidence from parliament. At a cabinet meeting held at the PM’s residence in Baluwatar, Oli said he would take a vote of confidence. While the meeting was going on, Oli went to Sheetal Niwas to meet President Vidyadevi Bhandari, according to a cabinet source.
The UCPN M, which split after the Supreme Court’s order, is expected to withdraw its support to the government, but has not withdrawn its support. In that case, Oli said he would take a vote of confidence. Recently, the CPN-Maoist has been saying that it will withdraw its support to the government, while the Nepali Congress and other parties are preparing to bring a no-confidence motion.
In the midst of such preparations, Prime Minister Oli has done his homework to get a vote of confidence.