Dispute dogs CAN

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Kathmandu, Nov. 30: A dispute has surfaced in the Computer Association of Nepal (CAN) over the matter of taking the Association into a form of federation.

Disputes emerged after incumbent President of the Association Binod Dhakal and General Secretary Amrit Panta left the assembly hall, citing lack of quorum to hold the meeting. The meeting was yet to begin when the two went out from the assembly hall. Following the dispute, two parallel committees have been formed.

The 20th general assembly was supposed to formally propose for transforming the Association into a federation. The ad-hoc committee headed by Dhakal has been accused of calling the general assembly without any legal ground.

CAN Vice President Narayan Neupane claimed the Dhakal group left the meeting venue while members were coming to the assembly hall.

According to CAN district coordination committee coordinator Nawaraj Kunwar, the ad hoc committee headed by Dhakal has a term of one year and is assigned to call the general assembly.

A group close of Vice President Neupane has formed an 11-member ad hoc committee under the chair of its former President Biplabman Singh.

It may be noted that a special general assembly of CAN held three months ago decided to take the Association into a form of federation. Over 200 representatives from 57 districts including observers were present for attending the general assembly. RSS


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