The main opposition CPN-UML had demanded the formation of a parliamentary enquiry committee, claiming that Finance Minister Sharma had involved unauthorised people in the budget’s preparation.
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After the parliament was shut down, the ruling parties agreed to form a committee.
The committee will have 11 members, according to the Parliament Secretariat.
The CPN-UML, the largest party in parliament, will have four members on the parliamentary enquiry committee, the Nepali Congress will have two, the CPN-Maoist Center will have one, and the CPN-Unified Socialist, Janata Samajwadi Party, and Loktantrik Samajbadi Party will each have one.
According to reports, the committee’s formal announcement will be made after political parties submit the names of their representatives.