PM says ordinances brought under compulsion to address national needs
KATHMANDU: Prime Minister Dr Baburam Bhattarai has said it has been compulsory for the government to bring ordinances. At a press meet organized by the Revolutionary Journalists’ Association here today, Prime Minister Dr Bhattarai said he was ready to step down immediately after the parties forged national consensus.
Restoration of the Constituent Assembly or election to the next CA was the best option to clear the present political impasse, he said, stressing the need to implement the five-point deal.
He said his party was for people-elected CA to bring constitution with federal republic.
PM Dr Bhattarai accused the Nepali Congress and CPN-UML of becoming reluctant to build consensus. He questioned whether they were for the consensus without the Maoists and Madhesi parties.
Earlier, he addressed a condolence gathering over the demise Abadh state committee member Kaladhar Neupane and said if the ideals of the late Neupane were implemented, it was possible to bring change in the country.
Speaking on the occasion, Minister for Peace and Reconstruction Top Bahadur Rayamajhi said the party lost a skilled political activist and guardian after the demise of leader Neupane.
The gathering was also addressed by party leaders Hari Bol Gajurel and Devendra Poudel. RSS
Published Date: Monday, August 6th, 2012 | 08:22 AM