KATHMANDU: Keeping into consideration the upcoming elections of the constituent assembly efforts are on to form unity of different political parties to garner majority in the elections of the constituent assembly, CPN-UML Chairman Jhalanath Khanal Wednesday proposed his counterparts of CPN (ML) and the Rastriya Janamorcha an alliance in the forthcoming Constituent Assembly polls.
Khanal invited CPN (ML) Chairman CP Mainali and Janamorcha Chairman Chitra Bahadur KC to his residence in Dallu and proposed them the idea of an electoral alliance.
During the meeting, Khanal stressed on the need to have inter-party co-operation among ‘democratic, leftist and nationalist forces’ in the elections and said his party is ready to exercise optimum flexibility to create an environment for such an alliance, UML leader Raghuji Panta, who was also present in the meeting, said. Both the invited leaders received Khanal’s proposal positively, Panta added. The leaders however flayed the way the government is running.
However Mainali has turned down the party unification proposal floated by Khanal. When Chairman Khanal floated the proposal of unification, our leader said, “It was not possible at present,” said CPN-ML Politburo member Kumar Belsabe, quoting Mainali as telling Khanal.
“When it comes to party unification, the two concerned parties should have a common point on their ideology, policy and the modus operandi,” added Belbase.
It has been learnt that the meeting dwelt around brining the poll-opposing parties onboard the election process. CPN-UML has been hurt from the decision of various leaders of the party deserting the party to join other parties.
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