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Kamal Thapa claims to garner one third seats in CA polls; UML leader Gautam also claims for majority


KATHMANDU: President of RPP-N, Kamal Thapa has said that his party will easily win at least 33 percent (one-third) seats in the upcoming elections of the second Constituent Assembly on November 19.

Speaking at a press meet in Bharatpur, Chitwan on Thursday, Thapa said that Nepali people are seeking alternative forces to rule the country. “There are wrong practices going on since the past seven years. People want change now,” said Thapa.

He alleged the four major parties represented in the High Level Political Committee of working as a syndicate. “The government and president should unite to terminate the syndicate and pave way for a new understanding,” added Thapa. He also urged the Chairperson of the Interim Election Government and President to take initiative for holding the round-table conference as the four party syndicate is pushing the country into more crisis.

Meanwhile, addressing a press conference in the Capital on Thursday, CPN-UML Vice Chairman Bam Dev Gautam has claimed that the CPN-Maoist will be ready to take part in the Constituent Assembly (CA) elections scheduled for November 19 within few days.

Gautam expressed his hopes that the disgruntled CPN-Maoist will be ready to join the election within 10 to 15 days. Gautam reiterated that the CA election will happen in the slated calendar as the people and political parties are ready for the same.

On the occasion, leader Gautam insisted that his party will garner majority votes in the forthcoming election.

In a different context, Gautam said there are certain leaders in the CPN-UML who do not comply with the directive of party Chairman Jhala Nath Khanal. He however said that the disputes within the party would be resolved by taking action against such individuals.

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