Talking to journalists in Bharatpur today, the UML youth leader claimed that political problems in the country could not be solved due to the prime minister’s ambition for state power.
The Prime Minister should realize the demand of political situation in the country and pave way for the political consensus, he said. “Discussions in the name of consensus would hold no meaning until and unless the Prime Minister himself opens door for consensus”, he added.
Admitting that the UML is suffering anarchy in the name of single ethnic indentify-based federalism, he said that there was no alternative to taking disciplinary action against those party leaders moving ahead against the party policy and statute. RSS
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