Talking to journalists in Capital on Friday, former Deputy Prime Minister Gachhadar informed that that the High Level Political Committee (HLPC), the cross-party task-force of four major political parties formed to assist the government, will recommend the interim government to fix the poll date on Monday after narrowing down the election ordinance related disputes.
He also expressed hope that the meeting of the HLPC scheduled for Monday will pave the way for the government to declare the much-awaited poll date. He opted for the removal of the threshold system adding “All the election related procedures will move ahead soon after the exclusion of the threshold.”
The influential Madhesi leader said that he saw slim chance of Madhesi parties to be one to vie in the purported elections. He also ruled out possibility of having electoral alliance with the UCPN-Maoist.
On a different not Gachhadar claimed that famous ‘Don’ and MJF-L Central Committee member Ganesh Lama would win in the upcoming Constituent Assembly (CA) election. Claiming that Lama would stand in the election from Kavre, Gachhadar said that he would not be ousted from the party just because some people accused him of being a criminal.
Lama along with Dipak Manange, Parshuram Basnet, Chakre Milan and Abhishek Giri has been accused of amassing illegal property through hooliganism by the Department of Money Laundering Investigation (DMLI). They have been asked to appear before the Special Court within 15 days. According to DMLI, Lama has amassed a property (over Rs 270 million), the highest among the five ‘Dons, through illegal means.
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