Foreign influence will soar high if consensus eludes
KATHMANDU: Chairman of the Nepal Workers and Peasant Party Narayan Man Bijukchhe said foreign interference would grow more if the political way out eluded at a time country was failing in terms of socio-economic status.
At a press meet organized by the Rupahendi chapter of the party here today, Chairman Bijukchhe said the best option the country had at present was the rule by the President because the unity among political parties was impossible. Only President’s rule would lead to political way out, he argued.
“I’ve already suggested the President for his direct intervention in the politics,” he said, adding that the discussion of various parties with President on Sunday would also focus this.
He suggested Prime Minister Dr Baburam Bhattarai to hand over the authority to the President because he has been an unsuccessful Prime Minister.
Moreover, leader Bijukchhe urged the opposition parties to launch the storm of protests to topple this government.
He maintained that if the country adopts federalism, the basis for this should be geography and natural resources.The local bodies have turned into corruption hub for want of election, he argued. RSS
Published Date: Saturday, August 4th, 2012 | 06:09 AM