By N24 Correspondent, KATHMANDU:- Home Minister Ram Bahadur Thapa “Badal” has said that reinstating the already dissolved House of Representatives is not possible as per the constitution of Nepal.
Addressing an event of Nepal Communist Party (NCP) in Charikot, Dolakha, Home Minister Thapa said Nepalese people do not want instability and that’s why, they are willing to go for a fresh mandate.
“The government was working with end results in mind. But some leaders of NCP did not want the government to function smoothly and created hurdles one after another. Under compulsions, the government had to decide to go for a fresh mandate of people through the election,” Home Minister Thapa said.
Meanwhile, NCP leader Bamdev Gautam, who did not involve in any faction of NCP, said that he would work for uniting the ruling party again.
Gautam will announce a 551-member committee on Wednesday, January 13, 2020 to launch his party unity campaign, according to his aide Hari Parajuli.
“The committee will work vigorously to find out ways of how we can unite the NCP again,” said Parajuli. “Gautam will call upon party members to use decent language for each other and do not participate in events of two rival factions until NCP’s legal issues are resolved.”
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