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NC President for holding polls in November at any cost; Gajurel challenges to conduct election


CHITWAN: One day after the 33-party alliance led by CPN-Maoist decided to announce the protest programs against the elections of the constituent assembly after the High Level Political Committee (HLPC) decided not to address their demand for holding round-table conference, Nepali Congress President Sushil Koirala has said that it was impossible to postpone the elections scheduled for November 19, as all preparations for it have reached the final stage.

During his meeting with party cadres the NC President, who is currently heading the cross-party task force of four major political parties, said that there was no alternative to holding elections through the present government. Koirala also warned that the country would face a disaster if elections were not held on November 19.

The NC president, who recently returned from India, has been stating that the elections should be held in November at any cost. The four major political parties are in a mood of going for the election even without participation from 33-party alliance as it has been able to convince Upendra Yadav led Madheshi Front.

Meanwhile, CPN-Maoist’s leader CP Gajurel has challenged the four major parties to conduct the Constituent Assembly in time, following failure of talks and revelation of the poll-opposing party’s election boycott and disruption strategy.

Speaking with journalists in his residence at Koteshor, Kathmandu on Sunday, Gajurel said the “status-quo” of Nepal’s political situation will not allow hold the election in the stipulated time. Gajurel also warned that they would run strong campaign against the elections.

“Our election boycott campaign will succeed. We challenge the four major parties to conduct election by mobilizing the national army as they have planned,” Gajurel said. He also blamed that the four major political parties terminated the talks without bringing it to a logical end at the tune of foreign forces.

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