KATHMANDU: As the leaders of major political parties are dilly-dallying to create environment for the election of the constituent assembly, chairperson of the Interim Election Government Khil Raj Regmi has called a meeting of all the political parties to discuss the issue of the election.
A statement issued by the Office of the Prime Minister and Council of Ministers informed that the office has called two representative of each political party including chair of the party do discuss the issues related with election and other contemporary issues. However the alliance the 33-political parties made it clear that they will hinder the poll process.
Meanwhile, senior leader of Rastriya Prajatantra Party (RPP) Lokendra Bahadur Chand has accused that the incumbent Khil Raj Regmi-led interim government is acting on the directives of four major parties.
Talking to reporters at his residence in Bhaktapur on Wednesday, the former Prime Minister said that the four parties are tying to fulfill their vested interests by putting forth Regmi at the helm. He also blamed that the four party mechanism has been doing wrong activities by directing the government from behind the scene.
Earlier today, President appointed controversial former Chief Secretary Lokman Singh Karki as the head of Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority despite widespread criticism from various quarters.
Chand opined that it would be better to protest against the tendency of the major parties rather than Karki. He further accused that the four parties’ wrangling for power sharing has taken country backwards and that the qualified persons have not been able to reach the right position.
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