How local elections punctured CPN-UML’s bloated ego

The largest party from the 2017 elections appears set to get relegated to a distant second with gains for the Congress and more bargaining power for the Maoists. How local elections punctured CPN-UML’s bloated ego
Top UML leaders, including its chair KP Sharma Oli, seemed upbeat about their poll prospects. Post File Photo
Tika R Pradhan & Binod Ghimire
Published at : May 19, 2022
Updated at : May 19, 2022 07:32

Tika R Pradhan

Tika R Pradhan is a senior political correspondent for the Post, covering politics, parliament, judiciary and social affairs. Pradhan joined the Post in 2016 after working at The Himalayan Times for more than a decade.

Binod Ghimire

Binod Ghimire covers parliamentary affairs and human rights for The Kathmandu Post. Since joining the Post in 2010, he has reported primarily on social issues, focusing on education and transitional justice.