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Matrika Yadav led CPN(Maoist) walks away from 33-party alliance; RPP forms Nationalist Centre


KATHMANDU: As the four major political parties have been trying to weaken the alliance of poll-opposing parties in a bid to hold the election on November, the Matrika Yadav-led CPN (Maoist) has announced that it has severed ties with the 33-party alliance.

In a press statement on Sunday, Yadav announced that his party has abandoned the alliance, accusing the Mohan Baidhya-led CPN-Maoist of trying to rule the allies.

The party has also blamed the CPN-Maoist of opting for talks with the major parties through unilateral decision, and joining hands with the pro-monarchists.

“We will no more talk about reuniting CPN (Maoist) with the CPN-Maoist. I hereby announce that our party is no more in the 33 parties’ alliance,” said Yadav.

The 33-party alliance on Saturday had welcomed the government’s fourth invitation for talks, and also decided to expand its campaign against the election.

Before forming their own separate parties, Baidya and Yadav were former colleagues in the UCPN (Maoist), which is chaired by Pushpa Kamal Dahal. The party has further decided to take ahead its programs of struggle on its own. The 33-party alliance has been opposing the November poll announced by the Chief Justice led government and organizing various programs to thwart the poll process.

Meanwhile, Rastriya Prajatanta Party (RPP) on Sunday announced the formation of a Nationalist Centre under the leadership of senior leader Rajeshwor Devkota.

Devkota said the centre was formed to unite all the nationalist forces together. Devkota also announced that RPP is holding a comprehensive meeting in the Capital on August 31 to take ahead its mission of uniting all the nationalist forces in the nation. The move was taken considering the elections of the constituent assembly.

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