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PM Dr Bhattarai rebuts news of his disputes with Prez and Prachanda


KATHMANDU:
Prime Minister Dr Baburam Bhattarai has dismissed the news reports that he and his party supremo Prachanda have disputes over the President’s step of calling political parties for the national consensus government. “My party chairperson Comrade Prachanda is working with utmost honesty to forge the consensus. I have a cordial relationship with my party Chairperson Comrade Prachanda and our mutual effort can open the passage for the deadlock,” PM Dr Bhhatarai claimed with the media persons after the inauguration of the Primary Child Development Fourth National Conference at Jawalakhel in Lalitpur on Monday.
He also rules out possibility of the collision between the executive head and the head of the state. He refuted the news about the friction between him and President Dr Yadav following the latter’s call for national consensus government. “Such news stories disseminated with ill-intention have no reality”, he asserted.
Rebutting the media report that he was reluctant to leave Baluwatar, he said it was totally wrong and added that the government needs the new constitution through the Constituent Assembly by holding the CA election in time.

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