11th May, 2021
After losing the trust of Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, the President of Nepal, Vidya Devi Bhandari, has given three days to call political parties to form a new majority government and till 9 pm on Thursday Asked to present a claim to make. Please tell that KP Sharma Oli failed to get the required 136 votes for the majority in Parliament. Soon after, the country's opposition parties - the Nepali Congress, the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist Center), and the Janata Samaj Party, united and appealed to President Bhandari to start the process of formation of a new government.
Oli received only 93 votes during voting in the special session of Parliament, while he needed at least 136 votes. There were 124 votes against the trust vote, 15 MPs remained neutral while 35 MPs were missing from voting. With this, according to Article 100 (3), Oli himself was relieved of the post of PM. A statement issued on Monday from the President's office stated that President Bhandari has taken steps for the new government through Article 76 (2) of the Nepal Constitution. As per the provisions of the constitution, the candidate must have the signature of the MPs. Nepal's President Bidya Devi Bhandari has asked all parties to stake a claim to form a majority government. Earlier, the opposition parties had appealed to the President to start the process of formation of the new government.
Oli said in Parliament on Monday that narrow groups targeted the government which united day and night for the development of the country. Legendary leaders including Deuba and Prachanda have accused Oli of managing Covid-19 cases. They say that the delivery of vaccine delivery from India was hindered due to corruption and conspiracies in the supply.