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Khanal blames Maoist for CA’s dissolution

CPN UML Chairman Jhalnath Khanal

KATHMANDU: President of the CPN (UML) Jhala Nath Khanal has blamed the biggest political party in the dissolved Constituent CPN UML Chairman Jhalnath KhanalAssembly (CA), the UCPN (Maoist), for the peace and constitution writing process not reaching the logical conclusion.

Speaking at a programme organized by the UML’s Area Committee in the capital today, he said the UCPN-Maoist should take main responsibility for the failing to promulgate the constitution from the CA.

Khanal said the largest political party and the government formed under the Maoist leadership should have taken the initiation to that effect, but it failed to do so.

The UCPN-Maoist also lingered in the process of integrating and managing the Maoist combatants, he added.

Similarly, he claimed that the UML was not against the rights of the indigenous community and urged the media to internalize this fact.

During the programme, UML leader Pradeep Gyawali pointed out that the CA was dissolved without promulgating the constitution which he said was a sad incident. RSS

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