KATHMANDU: As the attempts of the major political parties to convince poll opposing 33-party alliance failed and there is uncertainty about the elections of the constituent assembly, Chairman of the UCPN-Maoist, Pushpa Kamal Dahal , has said that time has come for his party to take responsibility for the change along with national unity and prosperity.
Addressing a program in the Capital on Thursday Dahal, who was encouraged from the report that the party-base is strong for the election of the constituent assembly, said that there was a need of new national unity in the country and added that his party could only contribute for the same.
He claimed that joining the UCPN-Maoist by leaders and cadres of different parties in recent days has begun the new national unity and the upcoming election to the Constituent Assembly (CA) would further strengthen the unity.
The report presented by leaders of UCPN-Maoist after visiting all constituencies has said that UCPN-Maoist could emerge as the largest party in the second constituent assembly if the party continues its public relations with the general public. In recent days the party formed production brigade to improve its image to the general public and to cover-up its unruly activities. However independent public opinions have been showing that Nepali Congress will top the UCPN-Maoist in the elections.
The UCPN-Maoist Chairman also claimed that attraction towards his party has increased as the other political parties have no political and economic agendas.
He said that excitement seen from Tarai to the mountains, and Mechi in the east to Kanchanpur in the west and cadres and leaders joining the party from different political parties has indicated the national unity and added that his party is leading national unity.
On the occasion, around 50 leaders and cadres including leader of the CPN-UML and old communist leader of Gulmi district, Purna Bahadur Rana, joined the UCPN-Maoist. The Maoist had emerged as the largest party in the first election of the constituent assembly after joining the mainstream politics following a decade long bloody war. The party splited twice after it joined the political mainstream.
Meanwhile addressing a training program organized to party cadres, chairperson of Tarai Madhes Democratic Party (TMDP) Mahanta Thakur has ruled out the possibility of deferring the second elections to the Constituent Assembly slated for November 19 and changing the current government.
“The necessary environment has been created for Nov polls, all the parties except Baidya-led party have been busy in election campaign, the election will not be deferred,” Thakur said.
On the occasion, Thakur urged the underground armed outfits of Tarai to come to the mainstream politics. “Our demands are common, so, we would continue struggle in unity for language, identity, integrity, provinces, constituency delineation issues, among others,” Thakur said.
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