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Madhesh CM Yadav falls into minority as UML, Maoist Center pull out


 |  Kathmandu

CPN (UML) has pulled out of the Madhesh Province government on Sunday, jumping on the Maoist Center’s bandwagon.

UML ministers tendered their resignations to the Chief Minister, Saroj Kumar Yadav, a while ago.

UML’s Home, Communication and Law Minister Raj Kumar Lekhi informed Nepalkhabar that all the UML ministers tendered their resignations to Chief Minister Yadav.

The other ministers in the Madhesh Province government representing UML were Minister for Physical Infrastructure and Development Saroj Kumar Yadav, Minister for Education and Culture Pramod Jaiswal and Minister for Health and Population Shatrudhan Prasad Singh.

All of them tendered their resignations today.

Earlier, the Maoist Center’s two ministers resigned from their posts and withdrew support to Chief Minister Yadav.

With Maoist Center withdrawing its support, Chief Minister Yadav has fallen into minority in the Madhesh government.


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