President Dr Ram Baran Yadav has reiterated that he wouldn’t take any move breaching the constitutional provision. Speaking at the diamond jubilee of a school in Arghakhanchi on Wednesday, Dr Yadav also urged the parties to forge the consensus as earliest. The President also expressed the confidence that elections would be held in coming May following a consensus among the parties soon.
Pointing out the risk of loosing the achievements of the 2006 people’s movement if the parties fail to forge a consensus, he said that there was no alternative to a consensus among the political parties to give a way out to the country.
“As the political parties are engaged in intense discussion let’s hope that they would reach to a consensus soon,” Dr Yadav said and added, “so, I am confident that they would come together to institutionalize the achievements”, Dr Yadav said.
Dr Yadav also blamed the parties for failing to write the constitution through the constituent assembly for 4 years. .
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