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Dahal rules out PM’s resignation ‘in present crisis’

KATHMANDU: Chairman of the UCPN-Maoist Pushpa Kamal Dahal has said that Prime Minister Dr. Baburam Bhattarai would in no way resign from his post during this political crisis.

Speaking at an all-party meeting organized by Nepal Sadbhawana Party here today, Dahal said that the Prime Minister would not add more crisis for the country by tendering resignation until there was alternative to this and added that his party was not in favour of this.

Stating that efforts could not move ahead in a mentionable way even if  efforts were made for forging consensus among political parties, he said problems have been arisen as political parties did not want to come on consensus though his party had made efforts for the same and added that his party and himself has been making efforts.

The UCPN-Maoist’s Chairman said that desire of Nepali people of making constitution from the CA was not fulfilled as political parties  did not agree on state restructuring, and added that constitution in favour of people could be written only if there was consensus and co-work among those who are in favour of federalism with identity and constitution with federalism.

Arguing that it would not be acceptable to his party if attempts are made to write constitution from outside of the CA, Dahal said that constitution should be written from the CA and elections announced by the government for November 22 is suitable alternative for the same.

He further said that reinstatement of the CA would be one alternative if parties forge consensus on federalism.

Former Prime Minister Dahal clarified that the government would bring the budget for fiscal year 2012/13 on consensus and urged other political parties to be flexible for moving ahead with consensus.

Dahal also urged NC and CPN-UML to create an environment of consensus and come to consensus.

Stressing on formation of joint front of those who are in favour of federalism with identity, the party chairman pointed out the need of formation of joint front to counter those who do not want to give rights but make fake attempt to appease the people.

On the occasion, Chairman of the Nepal Sadbhawana Party, Rajendra Mahato said that an all-party meeting was organized as disputed issues seen regarding constitution writing would be resolved only from consensus among major political parties.

Mahato stressed for moving ahead by those who are in favour of federalism with identity and constitution with federalism after coming at one place.
Similarly, writers Khagendra Sangroula and CK Lal said that pressure should be continued from every walks of life to empower  the people. RSS

Published Date: Friday, July 13th, 2012 | 05:41 AM

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