PM Dr Bhattarai rules out resignation sans consensus
While opposition parties have been warning to take to the streets to topple the government accusing the Prime Minister of being reluctant to relinquishing the power, Prime Minister Dr Baburam Bhattarai has said that he would not resign from his post without an alternative in place.
Speaking at a program in his home district today, Prime Minister Bhattarai said the parties need to reach to a consensus within the deadline given by the President.
“I will resign within a minute a consensus is forged among the parties”, he said while urging all sides concerned to forge a consensus soon.
Published Date: Monday, December 10th, 2012 | 07:27 AM
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