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President Yadav to initiate efforts for bringing poll opposing parties on-board


KATHMANDU: With the poll fever griping the country, President Ram Baran Yadav has also decided to facilitate the process of holding the elections of the Constituent Assembly with greater participation of most of the parties active in the country.

During a meeting with civil society members, the President has said that he would call a meeting of the poll boycott groups, so that all parties can participate in the upcoming Constituent Assembly polls.

“We are making preparations to hold talks with the disgruntled parties soon. Elections must be held on November 19. But, there must be participation of every party in the election,” Surendra KC, who led the delegation, quoted the president, as saying.

President Yadav said he is in regular contact with the poll-opposing parties and that he would soon reach a conclusion to this effect. Both the sides failed to reach into consensus after the poll-opposing parties have been demanding deferring the election date and dissolving the Chief Justice led government, while the major political parties have been rejecting both the demands.

The President has been taking pro-active role to resolve the problems dogging the country. Earlier, he facilitated the process of forming Chief Justice led election government after four major political parties could not pick consensus government after the Constituent Assembly dissolved without promulgating the new constitution.

Meanwhile, chairperson of Interim Election Government, Khil Raj Regmi has said that everyone should work together to make the upcoming elections to the Constituent Assembly successful.

Speaking at the 63rd anniversary function of the Janata Namuna Higher Secondary School in Tansen of Palpa on Friday, he said “we should all become positive and enthusiastic about the CA elections, and make it successful. Only a successful CA election can give the Nepali people a new constitution.”

Speaking at the same program, Home Minister Madhav Prasad Ghimire said that the present government has given emphasis on education based on information technology and this would help Nepali students to compete at the international level.

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