Koirala said so during his talks with Sadbhavana Party President and Minister for Health Rajendra Mahato at his residence on Friday.
He had called on Mahato to assist the endeavors taken on by opposition parties for garnering consensus.
However sources informed that Mahato advised Koirala for finding options other than the PM’s resignation to garner consensus.
In response to it Koirala maintained that PM’s resignation was the bottom-line to garner consensus among political parties.
Sources near Koirala, further informed that the discussion between the duo centered on garnering consensus and on bringing the budget in consensus.
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