KATHMANDU: Although the alliance of 33-political parties including Mohan Baidya led CPN-Maoist decided to disrupt the elections of the Constituent Assembly, another opposition party Madhesi Janaadhikar Forum Nepal has decided to register at the Election Commission.
Chairperson of the party Upendra Yadav informed that he will register his party in the EC citing that it is routine in a democracy. Yadav, who is also the former Prime Minister, insisted that the new purported elections to the CA are not possible in the present atmosphere.
Yadav also charged that the four major political parties of deceiving the people by overly touting the November elections which, according to him, are meaningless. “Even if the polls do happen, they cannot promulgate the new constitution and only haul the nation into further crises,” he added.
Stating that they were not anti-election forces, the Madhesi leader urged to hold the elections only after resolving the conflicts.
Meanwhile, addressing the same function, CPN-Maoist Secretary Dev Gurung made it clear that they would protest the party registration process that has just kicked off from yesterday. He also added that the alliance of 33-political party is not going to register with the Election Commission until the ordinance issued by the President to pave the way for formation of the Chief Justice-led government is withdrawn.
“At a time when we are demanding withdrawal of the 25-point decree issued by the President, we won’t register with the EC,” Gurung added. “If the elections are conducted forcefully, we already have a policy….we will go ahead with it,” he said, hinting at the party’s “revolt plan”.
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