KATHMANDU: Few days after chairperson of the UCPN-Maoist Pushpa Kamal Dahal hinted the possibility of unity between UCPN-Maoist and break-away faction CPN-Maoist, Chairman of the break-away faction Mohan Baidya Monday ruled out any possibility of such unity.
Addressing a program in the Capital on Monday Baidya said, “Be clear that in no way will our party be united with them. The rumor about party merger was started just to scare the Nepali Congress and CPN-UML.” Addressing a program organized to welcome party cadres, who joined UCPN-Maoist after defecting CPN-Maoist in Nawalparasi district Prachanda said that there will be party unity before the November poll.
Baidya, however, made it clear there have been no talks so far in that direction and that the UCPN-Maoist is only spreading the rumor.
“We parted our ways because we had political and ideological differences, so, unless they admit that they committed a mistake, the idea of party unity is out of question,” Baidya added.
On the context of protest of his party against the Constituent Assembly election, Baidya said his party has not taken up any policy to boycott the Constituent Assembly elections yet. He informed that though his party is in favor the CA polls it is firm on its demands for the repeal of 11-point agreement that the four major parties forged to form the Chief Justice-led election government and the presidential decree to clear the constitutional hurdles for the same.
He pointed out the need for formation new government through a multi-party political round-table that would comprise of all the parties that represented in the now dissolved CA.
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