Kathmandu, April 16 -- The Nepali Congress has taken exception to what it calls Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli's frequent use of 'indecent' terminologies to attack opposition parties.

Organising a press meet on Monday, the main opposition said the government should understand history is made not by words but by deeds.

The party in its statement has an entire paragraph to explain what it calls "the prime minister lacks culture while expressing his views".

"We have to remind the prime minister again that history is written by deeds and not by words," states the release issued by the party. "Shouldn't the prime minister's statements be on par with his dignity of his position?" the statement, undersigned by party spokesperson Bishwo Prakash ...