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Bishwokarma claims CA dissolution, PM’s biggest crime


KATHMANDU: CPN-Maoist Politburo Member Khadga Bahadur Biswokarma has said the prime minister made a political crime by dissolving the Constituent Assembly.

Speaking at a  press meet organized by the Revolutionary Journalists Federation Dhankuta, today, he said   history will evaluate the PM who  finished off the people’s mandate by  staging a drama of election  when consensus and co-work could given an outlet.

He also said the PM and his party are not in favor of an outlet to country.
Biswokarma also called for outlet by organizing an all party round table conference.

The programme was presided over by Revolutionary Journalists Federation Dhankuta Chairperson Smita Niraula. Meanwhile, the CPN-Maoist’s Dhankuta level training also concluded today.

The extended meeting of the party held with Politburo Member and Eastern Region in-Charge Biswokarma as the chief guest, elected a 151-member district committee, 25-member secretariat and 11-member district office and five district office bearers. RSS

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