Nepal’s new PM Sher Bahadur Deuba wins vote of confidence in Parliament – Times of India

KATHMANDU: Nepal’s new Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba on Sunday comfortably received a vote of confidence in the reinstated decrease House of Parliament.
Deuba, the 75-yr-outdated chief of the Nepali Congress, secured 165 votes in the 275-member House of Representatives, the Himalayan Times reported.
As many as 249 lawmakers participated in the voting course of and 83 of them voted towards Deuba whereas one lawmaker remained impartial, it mentioned.
A complete of 136 votes had been required for Deuba to win Parliament’s confidence.
Deuba took the oath of workplace and secrecy on July 13 for a report fifth time, a day after a 5-member Constitutional Bench of the Supreme Court led by Chief Justice Cholendra Shumsher Rana reinstated the dissolved House of Representatives for the second time in 5 months.
The decrease home was unconstitutionally dissolved by President Bidya Devi Bhandari for the second time in 5 months on May 22 on the suggestion of then Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli.
Deuba received the vote of confidence on the primary day of the restored House session.
The President had summoned the assembly of each the Houses of the Parliament on Sunday.
PM Narendra Modi congratulated the newly appointed Nepal chief.

The newly appointed Nepal PM has responded to PM Modi and mentioned that he was wanting ahead to intently working with him.

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