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IEC chair Regmi calls support for polls; Singh says failure to hold poll might push the country into crisis


KATHMANDU: Chairperson of the Interim Election Government Khil Raj Regmi has urged everyone to extend help from their respective places to hold the Constituent Assembly (CA) elections in a free and fair atmosphere with the stipulated date.

Addressing a function organized in the Capital on the occasion of the 19th International Cooperatives Day today, Chairman Regmi said the avenues in different fronts would open after the CA elections. Regmi has been urging all the dissenting parties to take part in the polls to draft the new constitution.

Politics of negation would not do justice to anyone, he said, adding that the political parties need to assist in the election preparations by holding talks with the dissenting parties.

On a different note, Chairperson Regmi, said once the cooperatives movement was taken ahead effectively, the people suffering from poverty would rise to the level of economic prosperity. Drabyalav Saving and Credit Cooperatives, Mahabaudha, handed over Rs 251,111 to the Chairman for the assistance of the flood victims of Darchula district. The UN General Assembly had declared every Saturday after July 5 as the International Cooperatives Day in 1994.

Meanwhile addressing a program organized in Capital on Saturday Nepali Congress General Secretary Prakash Man Singh has said that anarchy coupled with serious crisis will prevail in the country if the Constituent Assembly (CA) election was not held in the slated time.

Singh said the dissenting political parties should come for election by being honest to the people and the government also should be flexible to meet their rational demands. He also claimed that the NC was ready to make any sacrifice to safeguard people´s rights adding that the NC had waged a long struggle in the past for the same.

On the occasion, party central leader Nabindra Raj Joshi said that all parties having faith on democratic system should unite to safeguard political achievements and democratic exercises.

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