President Dr Rambaran Yadav has urged the leaders of major political parties to forge consensus within remaining two days of his extended deadline.
Summoning the leaders of the parties at his official residence Shital Niwas Kathmandu on Tuesday morning, President Dr Yadav has claimed that the failure of the parties to forge consensus within two days would ruin the prestige of political parties.
“The delay of the parties on forging consensus would push the nation towards crisis and tarnish the image of political parties. So, I request you to build consensus within remaining two days,” CPN (UML) Chairperson Jhalanath Khanal quoted President Yadav as saying after the meeting.
He informed that the leaders briefed the president about the ongoing discussions among the parties to strive towards forging national consensus.
United Democratic Madhesi Front (UDMF) Leader Bijay Kumar Gachhadar claimed the parties will make a package deal within 2 days. “The discussions for package deal including government formation, Constituent Assembly Election and filling the vacant posts of constitutional bodies is underway,” he said.
It is learnt that the meeting also dwelt upon the appointments in the constitutional bodies including the justices of Apex court. President Yadav urged the parties to find consensus on appointing the justices in the apex court which is falling short of justices, sources said.
UCPN (Maoist) Chairperson Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’, Congress President Sushil Koirala, UML Chairperson Khanal and senior leader Madhav Kumar Nepal and the leader of UDMF Gachhadar were present in the meeting.
The meeting of the major parties is scheduled to held today at 3 PM in a bid to attain the much-hyped national consensus.
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