Kathmandu: The task force of the ruling coalition that met for the third time this morning to finalize the Common Minimum Programme (CMP) of the government is to give it a final shape on Thursday incorporating the views of the National Planning Commission.
Member-Secretary of the Taskforce, Keshav Raj Joshi, told RSS that today’s meeting concluded today in order to meet it again on Thursday for the same. The views of the NPC are going to be incorporated as the common programme would come as a policy and programme of the government.
The meeting scheduled on Thursday would submit the report to the top leaders by giving the CMP a final shape. The five-party alliance had formed the task force under the coordination of the Nepali Congress General-Secretary Purna Bahadur Khadka comprising NC leaders duo—Minendra Rijal and Ramesh Lekhak, Barshaman Pun, and Dev Gurung of CPN (Maoist Centre) and Mahendra Raya Yadav and Rajendra Shrestha of the Janata Samahbadi Party.
The task force was formed in order to help the government in its operation. The task force is active to give the CMP a final shape. The next meeting of the task force has been called at Baluwatar at 9:00 am Thursday. It is said that the top leadership of the ruling coalition would chart out future strategy once the task force report is received and the cabinet would be given a full shape. According to the alliance, the government would be run based on the CMP passed by the top leaders.