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CPN-Maoist torches copies of Election Code of Conduct; UCPN-Maoist leaders advocate for Nov poll


KAVRE: One day after the CPN-Maoist positively responded the government’s call for talks for holding the elections of the constituent assembly, CPN-Maoist has torched the copies of election code of conduct endorsed by the Election Commission (EC).

CPN-Maoist District Committee, Kavre, set fire to the copies of election code of conduct 2070 released by the EC on July 10. The party torched the copies at four places targeting four constituencies of the district.

“We torched the copies of election code of conduct to protest against the Election Commission. We will continue our phase-wise struggle program against the election in the coming days,” said Deepak Devkota, district in-charge of the CPN-Maoist.

An extended meeting of the party’s district committee had finalized its first phase struggle program aimed at boycotting the elections. Earlier, Police arrested two cadres of CPN-Maoist while painting anti-election graffiti.

Meanwhile, addressing a cadre training in Kathmandu on Thursday, UCPN-Maoist leader Agni Sapkota has claimed that people’s aspiration for the Constituent Assembly (CA) election is the strongest base for holding the November 19 elections.

Sapkota also claimed that many forces are hatching conspiracies to drag the nation toward anarchism and regression by avoiding the polls. He also claimed that the nation will collapse if the elections do not take place on November. Similarly, a central adviser to the party Nanda Kumar Prasain claimed that the dissolved CA failed to draft a constitution due to narrow mindedness of Nepali Congress and CPN-UML.

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