At the programme organized by the Joint Youth and Students’ Organization in the capital, the speakers said the announcement of November 22 election was unconstitutional. So, it must be corrected.
General Secretary of the Nepali Congress, Prakash Man Singh, accused the UCPN-Maoists of pushing the CA to its demise. He insisted that the announcement of election by Bhattarai-led government was unconstitutional.
Similarly, UML leader KP Sharma Oli said the government announced the CA elections with mala fide intention.
Maoists’ aim is to capture state authority, he said, urging all parties to unite against this ill intention of the Maoists.
RPP Chairman Pashupati Shumser Rana and Co-Chairman of Rastriya Janashakti Party Dr Prakash Chandra Lohani said the announcement of election was violation of the Interim Constitution.
CPN-ML General Secretary CP Mainali said the present crisis could be tackled only with national consensus.
Moreover, Chairman of Rastriya Jana Morcha, Chitra Bahadur KC said he felt it good not because constitution was not made but because the country was saved.
Chairman of Nepal Bar Association Prem Bahadur Khadka said the Prime Minister plotted conspiracy to dissolve the CA which breached legal ground.
Also speaking on the occasion, senior advocates Harihar Dahal, Bhimarjun Acharya and Tikaram Bhattarai said the political parties need to forge consensus and remove difficulties through the President.
The President could remove difficulties based on political consensus, the stressed. RSS
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