KATHMANDU: At a time when leaders of the political parties finding hard time to forge consensus for the election related laws, President of Nepali Congress (NC) Sushil Koirala has said that chairperson of the Interim Election Government Khil Raj Regmi should resign from the post of Chief Justice to create conducive environment for talks.
He also added that resignation of Regmi could pave the way for the election of the constituent assembly as the leaders of 33-political parties have been raising this as a major demand.
According to him, Regmi should resign from the post if his resignation would form a conducive environment for polls and secure all parties’ participation. Koirala also added that breaking the four-party syndicate is a must for holding the elections of the constituent assembly. On the occasion, he claimed that polls are not possible unless ‘four parties syndicate’ is dissolved.
Meanwhile, speaking at a closing ceremony of the merger of Rastriya Prajaantra Party and Rastriya Janashakti Party, newly elected Chief of the party Surya Bahadur Thapa has said that the merger of the two parties was for safeguarding nationality and democracy.
Thapa said that it was the need of the hour to forge alliance between the two parties and believed that it will also strengthen the organizational base of the parties. Former Prime Minister Thapa ordered all the leaders and cadres of his party to initiate nationwide election campaign in view of the upcoming Constituent Assembly (CA) polls.
“There is no alternative to CA election. Reach out to people with the message that election is taking place. Election should be held at any cost and the nationalist force should win the election”, RPP Chair Thapa added.
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