NRNA Decides to Extend Current Working Committee Amid Supreme Court Ruling Uncertainty

NRNA Decides to Extend Current Working Committee Amid Supreme Court Ruling Uncertainty

The current working committee of the Non-Resident Nepali Association (NRNA) will persist until the unity convention is firmly established, according to recent decisions made during a meeting chaired by President Dr. Badri KC.

The meeting, convened on Friday, resolved to defer any official stance pending the full disclosure of the Supreme Court's ruling, with an intent to explore legal recourse if necessary.

Continuation of ongoing philanthropic endeavors initiated by the NRNA was endorsed during the meeting, alongside a resolution to maintain the existing national committees of the association.

Given the absence of a definitive directive regarding executive authority in the Supreme Court's ruling, it was agreed to uphold the current working committee in a caretaker capacity.

Previously, the 10th Congress's decision mandating former President Shesh Ghale to conduct a unity election was overturned by the Supreme Court, prompting KC to convene a meeting of the Central Committee.

In compliance with the Supreme Court's directive, a "Unity Convention" involving all concerned parties, facilitated by a committee comprising Ghale, former association presidents, and a Deputy Secretary from the Government of Nepal, with oversight from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, has been ordered.

Expressing discontentment with the Supreme Court's ruling, several officials voiced their insistence on pursuing legal remedies during the meeting, which was attended by central association officials, advisors, the NCC president, and the general secretary.

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