NEPALGUNJ: At a time when different political parties have been gearing up for the electoral alliance to influence the drafting of new constitution, Nepali Congress (NC) President Sushil Koirala has ruled out the possibility of forming electoral alliance with any political parties.
Talking to journalists at his residence on Friday, Koirala said that his party will not forge electoral alliance with any political parties as such alliance will further escalate tension among the parties. He, however, did not rule out the chances of forging electoral alliance with some of the top leaders.
“Amongst the communist parties in Nepal, many are very liberal. A responsible party like Nepali Congress should not forge alliance against them,” he added.
Koirala, who also heads the High Level Political Committee, the cross-party task force of five major political parties formed to support the Chief Justice led electoral government has said that efforts are underway to bring the agitating Mohan Baidya-led CPN-Maoist on board the election process and expressed confidence that the party will take part in election.
Meanwhile, senior leader of Nepal Congress Sher Bahadur Deuwa has directed the party cadres to gear up for the election by putting aside internal disputes.
Speaking at a program in Birgunj, Deuwa said that a democratic party might have minor disputes but that should not be hyped up as big agenda.
“The country is on verge of crisis; therefore, the NC needs a majority to write a new constitution and the party cadres should be united and shore up all their strength for the election,” he added.
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