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Dahal meets with IEC Chair; President urges major parties to bring dissenting parties on board


KATHMANDU: Chairman of the UCPN (Maoist), Pushpa Kamal Dahal, met with Chairman of the Interim Election Council, Khil Raj Regmi on Thursday and discussed the issue of current political development including the preparations for the upcoming elections of the constituent assembly.

During the meeting Chairman Regmi enquired with Chairman Dahal about the methods to be adopted to make the CA election free and fair by bringing the dissenting parties and groups into consensus. In response, Dahal said that the High-Level Political Committee has been holding discussions on the issues.

Chairman Dahal told Chairman Regmi that the HLPC has been engaged in creating election environment by bringing the dissenting parties and groups into consensus.

Meanwhile, being concerned over the indecisiveness of the political parties President Dr. Ram Baran Yadav has expedited consultations with the leaders of different political parties. During his meetings with UCPN-Maoist chairperson and senior leader of CPN-UML, the President asked them to bring all the dissenting parties onboard the election process at the earliest.

In separate meetings with UCPN-Maoist Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal and CPN-UML leader Madhav Kumar Nepal at his own office, Sheetal Niwas this morning, the head of the state urged them to woo the poll-opposing parties so as to ensure November 19 elections in free and fair manner.

Also, during the meeting, the President made queries on different issues including contemporary politics and possible ways to bring the dissenting parties to the elections. President Yadav made it clear that the election would be meaningless without participation from political parties and asked them to bring all the political parties on board. On the occasion, President Yadav also urged Maoist chair to take initiative to make the election process free and fair by bringing all political parties into confidence on behalf of the largest party of the dissolved CA.

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