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Nepal accuses Bhattarai of pushing country towards uncertainty


POKHARA: Senior leader of CPN (UML), Madhav Kumar Nepal has accused Prime Minister Dr Baburam Bhattarai of pushing the country towards uncertainty.

Speaking at a press meet organized by Press Chautari Nepal, Kaski on Sunday, the former prime minister claimed that the nation was plunged into crisis due to the prime minister’s greed for power.

Though the nation is passing through hard times, the Prime Minister has not been serious towards this, he added.

Stating that the incumbent government with the caretaker status would not bring the complete budget without consensus among the parties, UML leader

Nepal said the budget would not be acceptable for other parties if it was brought forcefully.

Responding to a query of journalists about the latest activities of former King Gyanendra Shah, the former prime minister challenged the former king to be a leader of royalists.

Similarly, talking about disgruntled leaders from the ethnic group within his party, he said that no one was above the party’s ideology and discipline.

Press Chautari Kaski chapter President Shyamnath Kunwar presided over the programme. RSS

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