UCPN (Maoist) Spokesperson Agni Sapkota has accused the opposition parties of pushing tha nation towards the conflict with an intention to achieve the state power.
Speaking at a press meet in party office Parisdanda on Saturday, Spokesperson Sapkota said the Nepali people would not let alone to those who pushed the nation towards the conflict.
He blamed that the opposition parties have pushed the nation towards complications trying to do politics on the budget, therefore, the nation could not way-out from current political crisis.
“The opposition parties- the Nepali Congress and CPN (UML) – has not done good by submitting a letter to the President to stop budget that has the lifeline of the nation. The move has been tempted by establishing dictatorship, however, the government would bring full-fledge budget on November 12 in spite of the opposition parties obstacles,” Sapkota said.
He also claimed that the protest declared by the opposition parties would not have public support.
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