The main opposition party, Nepali Congress, has decided to work in order to make its role strong and effective in the federal parliament.
A meeting held under the chairmanship of NC Parliamentary Party leader and party President Sher Bahadur Deuba at office of the parliamentary party, Singha Durbar today directed its lawmakers to be ready for the same, said NC's chief whip, Ramesh Lekhak.
Leader Lekhak shared, "It has been decided that the entire party will play a strong role in HoR being united."
He ruled out any possibility for forming a new coalition and dissolving the current one.
The next meeting of the NC parliamentary party will convene on January 10 in the building of the federal parliament which will decide on the proposal seeking the vote of confidence.
Despite becoming the biggest party winning 89 seats in the HoR, NC is currently in the opposition.