NRNA Fails to Reach Consensus, Leading to Separate Convention Announcement 

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The Non-Resident Nepali Association (NRNA) has once again reached a state of division. After the Vinod Kunwar party, which has been dissatisfied with the establishment party, said to hold a separate convention, the NRNA went towards division again. 

It has been stated that the NRNA led by Kunwar has decided to hold a separate convention, concluding that the founding party did not agree to implement the unity agreement. 

The special general meeting of the association held on Saturday under the chairmanship of Kunwar and former chief patron and former president Shesha Ghale has decided to hold the convention within the coming March. 

According to this, the proposal to postpone the National Convention to November, which was supposed to be held by last July, has also been passed by the Assembly. 

In addition, President Kunwar has informed that a resolution has been passed by the council meeting to decide on the completion of the 11th international convention of the association before March.

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