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CPN-Maoist General Secy claims they are not against talks; FRDA discusses possibility of alliance for CA


PARSA: At a time when CPN-Maoist led 33-party alliance has been expressing firm commitment not to take part in the elections of the Constituent Assembly, General Secretary of the CPN-Maoist Ram Bahadur Thapa has rather expressed soft tone towards taking part in the CA poll, Thapa has said that his party is not against talks and election.

Speaking at a program in Parsa on Sunday, Thapa said that they are ready to hold talks with the government. Earlier senior leaders of the party including party chairperson Mohan Baidya have been reiterating that they would not hold talks with the government till their demands are met.

He, however, said that scrapping of the 25-point ordinance, dissolution of the four-party mechanism and formation of an election government under the leadership of political parties through a roundtable conference are their demands for the talks. Thapa further said that they would only participate in the election to be held by a political party-led government. The statement came at a time when Political analysts have been saying that Prachanda want to reach to the power after making the incumbent failure.

CPN-Maoist has been agitating against Khil Raj Regmi-led government demanding for the replacement of the apolitical government by a partisan one.

Meanwhile, members of the Pushpa Kamal Dahal-led Federal Democratic Republican Alliance (FDRA) have started discussing possible ways of forging an electoral tie-up in the upcoming elections.

The meeting of the Alliance held at UCPN-Maoist party office on Sunday held discussion on a common manifesto and common candidates.

Spokesperson the Alliance Prem Bahadur Singh informed that as all alliance leaders were not present at the meeting, a concrete decision has not been made yet. He said that the meeting has assigned Dahal to coordinate with alliance members to organize future meetings.

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