KATHMANDU: The High Level Political Committee (HLPC) has decided to address all demands raised by Mohan Baidya-led CPN-Maoist except dissolution of the Chief Justice Khil Raj Regmi led government to bring the party on board the Constituent Assembly Election.
A meeting of the HLPC held at New Baneswor on Saturday decided to make all efforts to bring the disgruntled parties on board the election process. Talking to journalists while emerging from the meeting CPN-UML leader, Raghuji Panta said the HLPC decided to be flexible to address the demands raised by Baidya-led Maoist. “HLPC is flexible to address the concerns of Baidya-led Maoist,” said Panta.
“If Regmi-led government is dissolved, the country will have to face further political instability,” he said while adding that Regmi-led government must be allowed to hold the election scheduled for November 19.
Vice Chairman of the UCPN-Maoist Narayan Kaji Shrestha, said the government is holding talks with agitating parties to reach consensus for election. “We are ready to reconstitute the HLPC if that brings agitating parties on board the election process,” said Shrestha, adding, “we are even ready to hold an all-party meeting.”
The political parties have expedited the task of holding talks with the disgruntled faction to bring them on board for holding the elections of the constituent assembly on time. However the agitating parties are yet to be convinced by their promises. They have been saying that the CJ led government should be scrapped to hold the election of the constituent assembly.
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