At last the Communist Party chairperson of Nepal, K P Oli became the Prime Minister. Bidhya Bhandari, the President looked considerate towards K P Oli, her boss for a long time in the party. She ignored recommendations given by the retiring PM, Sher B. Deuba representing Nepali Congress.
An entrustment headed by Nepali Congress’s youth front chairperson, Jitjung Basnet, commenced a sardonic protest against Bidhya Bhandari, the president by giving her a constitution’s copy. Bhandari is undoubtedly Oli’s favorite, but whether Bhandari can hold on to the position greatly depends on the way Oli manages the sections among his party.
Regardless of the amalgamation of the Maoists and UML, and the formation of government moved forward considerably, there silience of the later is doubtful. The vital matter of political standard or principles that is likely to be suitable to both the parties that stood against each other for Maoists revolution that continued for a decade and concluded in 2006, April.
Chinese Communist Party’s vice minister and member, Guo Yezhou was present in Nepal at the time of Oli overtaking office, emphasized that the strategic significance of Nepal has perked up and other political parties should come together to bring political stability.
Oli, after becoming PM, said he would give the contact of $2.5 billion for the Budhi Gandaki hydropower project to Ghezouvaba, the Chinese company, the same project that the ex government cancelled. He also expressed his desires to carry forward the agreement on transit trade that was signed in 2016, April with China.
K P Oli also considering to putting an end to Gorkha enrollment in Indian Army. Undoubtedly, under the governance of K P Oli, Nepal is as unstable as the past eleven governments from the year 2006. However, Oli is not likely to incline towards India, in spite of the olive branch Narendra Modi, the Indian Prime Minister has extended from the time of election results.