Deuba had asked them to leave his ministry after Maoists had joined the main opposition Communist Party of Nepal-Unified Marxist Leninist-led Left alliance announced earlier this month.
Prachanda’s Maoist Centre was key coalition partner of the Deuba government and it had been facing criticism for staying in the government despite forging an alliance with the main opposition.
Judiciary, itself badly discredited, may not be able to settle any dispute.
The new ministers — three with cabinet rank and four minister of state — are from the pro-Hindu, pro-monarchy Rastriya Prajatantra Party (RPP).
The induction on Saturday would coincide with the dissolution of Parliament on Saturday. Deuba’s move comes despite a warning from the newly-formed Left alliance and the country’s chief Election Commissioner (CEC).
Proposed merger of communist parties has begun a realignment of forces.
Proposed reunification of communist parties lacks openness and credibility. It is unlikely to calm troubled political waters
Rising anger against corruption could derail plans of the political establishment
Two measurements done by India a century apart, then a later one by China with conflicting findings; Nepal prepares for solo mission of ‘national pride’
The 40.4-kilometre highway in Tibet between Xigaze airport and Xigaze city centre officially opened to the public on Friday with a short section linking the national highway to the Nepal border.
The OBOR aims to enhance connectivity and cooperation among countries, primarily between China and the rest of Asia and Europe through land as well as maritime routes.
A similar fear is palpable also among certain sections in India that had played a key role in formulating the contentious agenda of the constitution, mainly secularism and republicanism, without following due process and letting the people have their say on these issues.
The local-level polls are being held in Nepal for the first time in almost two decades. Millions of Nepalese voted in the first two phases of the polls as the Himalayan nation takes a crucial step towards cementing democracy amid political turmoil.
PM Modi also assured to provide every possible assistance to Nepal, which has been recently affected by floods.
The EC had been preparing to hold federal and provincial elections in 31 mountainous and hilly districts. Millions of Nepalese voted in first two phases of local-level polls held in almost two decades as Nepal takes key step towards cementing democracy.