KATHMANDU: Chairperson of Rastriya Prajatantra Party Nepal Kamal Thapa has claimed that Constituent Assembly election would not be possible until the High Level Political Committee, cross-party task-force formed to assist the Chief Justice led election government, was scrapped.
Speaking at an interaction organized in the Capital on Saturday, leader Thapa termed the HLPC as a four-party syndicate and said, “Fifty per cent poll environment will be forged automatically soon after the committee is dissolved.”
Thapa said the four major parties were to be blamed for compelling other parties to hit the streets against election. He added the four parties had not wanted election and their prime motive was to capture the state power.
Stating that some parties are forced to take to the street due to the politics of boycott practiced by the four parties, Thapa accused the latter of intimidation and hatching conspiracy against the election. Four parties themselves cannot renounce the polls but they are resorting to intimidation to gain control over the poll-opposing parties rather than seeking solution through negotiation, he said. He further charged the four parties of preparing to capture the state power making the Khil Raj Regmi-led government a failure.
On the occasion, Thapa also claimed that monarchy was abolished as per the strategy of foreign powers and ultra-leftist forces. He claimed that India was a foreign power which had contributed to end the monarchy in Nepal. He also claimed that the constitutional monarchy should be restored in the country to resolve the problems dogging the country.
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