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HLPC meets with IEC chair to express reservation over Govt.’s action


KATHMANDU: Few days after the High Level Political Committee (HLPC), the cross-party task-force of major political parties formed to assist the Chief Justice led election government has asked the government not to take decisions of the issues of long-term effect, the leaders of HLPC met Chairperson of the Interim Election Government Khil Raj Regmi and expressed their reservation over the activities of the government.

During the meeting held at the Prime Minister’s official residence in Baluwatar on Monday, the top leaders raised their dissatisfaction saying that the government was making decisions that could have long-term impact.

On the occasion, Chairman Regmi said although the government held discussions in principle about the issues of upgrading Tribhuvan International Airport in view of security, no decision was taken to this effect.

Setting up security check posts in Lumbini and Pashupatinagar was also the agenda of the meeting. During the meeting, Chairman Regmi was learnt to have urged the top political leaders to be active and serious towards holding the upcoming CA election in a free and fair atmosphere.

Matters relating to the preparations for the CA election scheduled for November 19, efforts being made for making the election successful, possible hurdles in conducting the election and ways for clearing such hurdles, among others, were discussed in the meeting today.

Besides, discussions were also held on the ongoing efforts being made for addressing the issues raised by the disgruntled political parties for joining the November polls.

Speaking to reporters after the meeting, HLPC chairman and Madhesi Front leader, Bijaya Kumar Gachahdar, said that an informal meeting with Baidya is likely today. Gachadar also claimed that the HLPC cautioned Regmi not to take decision on the issues having long term impact.

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