KATHMANDU: The HLPC will hold talks separately with Upendra Yadav-led Madhesi People´s Rights Forum-Nepal (MPRF-Nepal), Ashok Rai-led Federal Socialist Party (FSP) and Mohan Baidya-led 33-party alliance on Tuesday.
As per the timetable, two separate meetings are scheduled with Madhesi Janadhikar Forum led by Upendra Yadav and Federal Socialist Party headed by Ashok Rai on Tuesday morning. Similarly, the HLPC will hold meeting with the CPN-Maoist chaired by Mohan Baidya in the afternoon.
UML leader Raguji Panta said the CA election is the only agenda of the talks . “The main agenda of major parties is the elections. We have not set any conditions for the talks,” Panta said.
Top leaders of the major parties are holding the discussions to persuade the poll-opposing parties to come to the election process.
Coordinator of the HLPC and UCPN-Maoist Chairperson Pushpa Kamal Dahal said the disgruntled parties agreed to come to the talks table after writing the third letter.
Meanwhile, the meeting of the Baidya-led 33-party alliance discussed the issue of discussion during the talks with HLPC on Tuesday. The meeting finalized the bottom-line for the talks.
The 33-party alliance has been disrupting activities related with the elections of the Constituent Assembly. However there is very slim change that the leaders would find consensus as they have quiet contradictory stances like the alliance demanding resignation of CJ led government and rescheduling the election date while the HLPC has been rejecting these both demands.
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