THERATHUM: CPN-Maoist Vice Chairman CP Gajurel has warned that his party would not allow the government to conduct the Constituent Assembly (CA) elections until the demands put forth by his party were addressed.
He also stated that election could not take place before forming the partisan government through round-table conference. He further said that the 11-point pact signed between major four political parties and the 25-point proposal on removing the constitutional hurdles should be scrapped.
Addressing a program in Myalung of Therathum district on Sunday, Gajurel warned of consequences if attempts were made to conduct the elections under the status quo.
He said that his party is ready to pay any price in order to foil the elections proposed by the current government. “Current government under Regmi is working as a porter of major four parties,” said Gajurel, asking, “Would it be possible to hold elections by deploying the police administration?”
The country has stuck in a conflict due to the major four political parties. He remarked that the current government’s attempt to conduct elections by the current government is identical to the one by deposed King Gyanendra Shah.
Addressing a program in Kathmandu on Saturday, chairperson of the party Mohan Baidya rejected the talks offer and claimed that they would not sit for formal talks till the 11-point agreement among four political parties is scrapped.
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