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HLPC formally writes to CPN-Maoist for talks


KATHMANDU: The High Level Political Committee (HLPC), the cross-party task-force of four major political parties formed to support the Chief Justice led election government, has formally written to the Mohan Baidya led CPN-Maoist inviting them for formal talks.

UCPN-Maoist chairperson Pushpa Kamal Dahal, who heads the HLPC currently, dispatched the letter to Baidya soon after the HLPC meeting decided to invite the disgruntled parties for talks. One of Dahal’s aides delivered the letter to CPN-Maoist central office in Buddhanagar.

The CPN-M is yet to respond to the letter. On Monday, the CPN-Maoist pledged to the constituents of the 33-party alliance that it won’t sit for talks without the representation of the alliance

Earlier, the leaders of CPN-Maoist had claimed that they would not accept any invitation for talks but later, after the Central Committee meeting, they said that they would come for talks as the major political parties committed to address their issues through a round table meeting.

Chairman Mohan Baidya along with Vice Chairman CP Gajurel, General Secretary Ram Bahadur Thapa and Secretary duo Dev Gurung and Netra Bikram Chand would be representing the party during the talks.

However, the date for the round table meeting has not been fixed. CPN-Maoist leaders have said that the talks should also incorporate other 33 parties that have joined their coalition. In reply, HLPC has committed to hold talks with all the disgruntled parties. The alliance of 33 political parties led by CPN-Maoist has been opposing the poll announced by the Chief Justice led government. They have been demanding formation of partisan government by holding the round-table conference for holding the elections of the constituent assembly. However the major political parties have been saying that they will not compromise the ouster of the Regmi led government and also deferring the date for election.

Meanwhile, the HLPC meeting has been summoned again on Thursday evening to decide the number of electoral constituencies.

 

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