CPN-Maoist has said that the official visit of the head of the state to India was irresponsible. Releasing a press statement today, CPN-Maoist Spokesperson Pampha Bhusal has said that the visit at a time when the Indian intervention has been is rising was suspicious.
She has also demanded to cancel the trip and make effort towards finding the passage for the current crisis.
Likewise, Leader Bhusal has also accused the all-party-meeting called by the President today morning a worthless and futile effort. She has also taken strong exception over the President’s initiative of trying to find way-out from the leaders of the four major forces.
“The Constituent Assembly was dissolved by the top notches of the three major parties and Madhesi Front so we have serious reservation towards the President’s attitude of trying to find out outlet of current crisis from these failed leaders,” the press release reads.
The CPN-Maoist has also clarified that it did not participate in today’s meeting called by the President in which the parties represented in the dissolved CA were invited as it was only a move to give continuity to the failed attempts.
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