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PM dissolved CA under foreign influences: Gajurel


KATHMANDU: Secretary of the UCPN-Maoist, CP Gajurel, has accused Prime Minister Dr Baburam Bhattarai of dissolving Constituent Assembly under the pressure of foreign forces.
At an interaction organized by the Raphat Media Club here on Wednesday, Secretary Gajurel said the election to the CA was impossible.

He demanded the resignation of the Prime Minister, stressing that the government was acting in an irresponsible way.

Moreover, leader Gajurel said the reinstatement of the CA was a chimera.

He accused party Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal of splitting party.

On the occasion, Nepali Congress leader Man Mohan Bhattarai said the CA could not be reinstated in the way the Maoist Chairman has claimed.

Leader Bhattarai also ruled out the possibility CA election on May 22. RSS

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