BIRATNAGAR: As the leaders of the major political parties have been trying to justify that election is only the way out to resolve all the problems dogging the country wile leaders of 42 political parties have been trying to justify that there is no need of elections, chairperson of Madhesi Janadhikar Forum-Loktantrik (MJF-L) Bijay Kumar Gachhadar has remarked that the Constituent Assembly (CA) election won’t be halted due to some political parties’ refusal to take part in it.
Talking to journalists at Biratnagar on Sunday Gachhadar said that discussions are being held to bring the dissenting parties onboard but the election would not be stopped just because some parties boycott it.
Gachhadar, who currently heads the High Level Political Committee (HLPC), said that the meeting of the four parties scheduled for today was deferred for Monday to hold further discussions to take the disgruntled parties into confidence. He said that Monday’s meeting will dwell upon the demands made by the parties to ensure their participation in the election.
At a time when 42 agitating fringe parties have been claiming that there was no need of HLPC, Gachhadar clarified that HLPC was formed as per the constitutional provisions and will not be dissolved at any cost. He also made it clear that the HLPC would dissolve all the problems dogging the country and pave the way for holding the elections of the constituent assembly by bringing disgruntled parties to consensus.
He informed that the HLPC leaders have been holding consultations with the leaders of dissenting parties in a bid to persuade them to join the election process. The 42-political parties have been saying that they would not hold talks with the government or any other force till their demands are fulfilled. Their demands include scrapping the 11-point and 25-point deals reached among four major political parties, which include formation of the Chief Justice led election government.
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