Janata Samajwadi Party (JaSaPa) is in verge of split as Upendra Yadav and Baburam Bhattarai have agreed to part ways.
Wednesday, after a long meeting, it is understood that two leaders have decided to part ways in a “Gentleman way”, as per their own word. Bhattarai accused Yadav of not stepping out of regional and ethnical politics. He requested to part ways in a friendly way as it was getting impossible to work together, a source informed.
Meanwhile, it is understood that two leaders conflict peaked as Upendra Yadav decided to call back existing ministers from government. Yadav also decided to hold rights to nominate new names for ministers himself which made Bhattarai side disatisfied. Bhattarai even consulted with PM Sher Bahadur Deuba to not accept resignation of existing ministers.
Bhattarai’s Naya Shakti Party and Yadav’s Federal Socialist Forum Nepal were united to form present Janata Samajwadi Party. Later Mahantha Thakur’s Rastriya Janata Party also united with JaSaPa. Now all three parties constituted to form Janata Samajwadi Party are preparing part in their own ways.