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Dr still hopeful to garner consensus


KATHMANDU: Prime Minister Dr Baburam Bhattarai has expressed hope that political parties would forge consensus to end the present political deadlock.

Speaking at the monthly radio programme aired by the Radio Nepal on Friday, Prime Minister Dr Bhattarai apologized with the people for failing to bring constitution on time.

He claimed that political parties failed to forge consensus for the constitution within May 27.

“It is the present need to seek agreement out of disagreement,” he stressed.

PM Dr Bhattarai said all parties would unite to make success the November 22 election to constituent assembly.

Moreover, he urged the security bodies not to hassle the public in the name of security.
According to the Prime Minister, the development activities as expansion of roads in Kathmandu valley would be continued.

During the programme, people from various parts of the country had put forth queries and concerns to the Prime Minister on contemporary political issues, social hassles and livelihood problems. RSS

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