Accusing the ruling UCPN-Maoist of becoming reluctant to consensus and creating hurdles, the oppositions’ task force has concluded that protest had no alternative now.
The taskforce meeting held in the capital on Sunday said the ruling Maoist and the Madhesi Front tampered the efforts to seek a consensus through dialogue. Reasoning this, the taskforce urged the big leaders to resort to protest against the government.
Taskforce member and politburo member of the CPN-UML, Raghu Ji Pant said there were for resorting to the protest after the sheer apathy of the government to give a political outlet to the country.
The opposition parties further said the homework for vigorous protest against the government was needed as the government was in the mood of continuation by ignoring the recent 6-day deadline set by the President.
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