BIRATNAGAR: Chairperson of Madhesi Janadhikar Forum-Nepal and former Foreign Minister Upendra Yadav has said that President Dr Ram Baran Yadav, Interim Election Council chief Khil Raj Regmi and four major political parties have lost their credibility and public trust by appointing Lokman Singh Karki as the chief of the Commission for Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA).
Talking to journalists in Biratnagar on Wednesday, he claimed that appointment of a controversial and tainted figure like Karki to the coveted post was part of a conspiracy to end the integrity as well as existence of the anti-graft commission once and for all.
Yadav also requested the President to immediately declare Karki’s appointment as null and void and replace him with an uncontroversial individual with a clean image. Yesterday Yadav claimed that CIAA would lose its credibility with Karki, who played important role to suppress the people’s uprising of 2006, being the chief of the anti-graft body.
MJF-Nepal has also been opposing the formation of Chief Justice led government. Although the party has warned that it would boycott the polls hold by incumbent government, the party registered at the Election Commission. The four major political parties have been working to induct Yadav in the High Level Political Committee to ensure that they participate in the election.
Saying that Karki should himself understand that he is not fit for the job even looking at the widespread protests against his appointment across the country, the MJF-N chair said that if controversies like these continue to taint Nepali politics then the much-awaited election would not take place in November this year too.
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