Baidya faction and other opposition party root for full budget through consensus
KATHMANDU: Various political parties’ leaders have stressed the need for the formation of new consensus government to bring full-fledged budget on consensus.
At a programme organized here on Friday by the Youth Association Nepal (YAN), they said the incumbent government should resign to facilitate environment for consensus.
Addressing the programme, CPN-Maoist’s Secretary Dev Gurung said no process would take stride without forging political consensus, calling for the need of bringing budget through all-side consensus.
Underlining the need of forming new government to develop budget on consensus, he said the incumbent government should resign immediately so as to resolve the current political and constitutional problems.
Former Finance Minister Bharat Mohan Adhikari said the country has witnessed economic, political and social imbalance after the government announced elections without forging political consensus.
‘The only outlet to the current problem is national consensus and the present government should resign for this’, he added.
Former Vice-president of National Planning Commission, Dr. Dinesh Chandra Devkota said the budget to be formulated without making political consensus would face problem during implementation.
YAN Chairperson Mahes Basnet warned that they would not allow the present government to bring budget while stressing the need to form new government to formulate budget on consensus. RSS