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RPP Chair says CA poll could be deferred to incorporate dissenting parties; RPP-Nepal chair rules out deferring polls


DHANKUTA: The all party meeting organized by President Dr. Ram Baran Yadav ended inconclusively leaders of different political parties have started expressing their statement for holding the election of the constituent assembly on time of deferring the election.

Speaking with journalists in Dhankuta, former Prime Minister and Chairperson of Rastriya Prajatantra Party Surya Bahadur Thapa said that the November polls should be deferred if it ensures participation of all the political parties.

Thapa said the country could witness bloodshed if Mohan Baidya was excluded from the upcoming election. “In such case, we should accept for such bloodshed to conduct election,” he added. Thapa stressed on bringing Baidya on board the election process to avert any bloodshed from their cadres, who had came through the decade long insurgency.

On the occasion, Thapa said that his party was holding discussions with other parties for forming an election alliance.

Meanwhile, addressing a press meet in Damak, Chairperson of Rastriya Prajatantra Party Nepal (RPP-Nepal) Kamal Thapa said that the CA election of November 19 should in no way be postponed.

Thapa said as election atmosphere is being built, and as it is in favour of people, it would be held on the very date. Thapa said that election environment will be created by the all-party meeting called by the President.

Thapa claimed that the CPN-Maoist and other poll opposing parties will also participate in the election. People will elect RPP-Nepal in the next election as the four major parties failed to draft a new constitution in the past, he claimed.

The 33-party alliance has been protesting the elections of the constituent as the leaders of major political parties failed to address their demands of resignation of Chief Justice led election government and the deferring the election date for holding the round-table conference.

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