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Thakur demands resignation of Regmi from CJ; Lawati warns of reinstating monarchy


BIRATNAGAR: The demand for resignation of Chairperson of Interim Election Government Khil Raj Regmi from the post of Chief Justice is increasing every day.

At a time when Nepali Congress and Madhesi Janadhikar Forum Ganatantrik among others have been demanding ouster of Chairman of the Terai Madhes Loktantrik Party (TMLP), Mahantha Thakur, also demanded that Regmi should resign from the the post of Chief Justice.

Talking to journalists at Biratnagar Airport today he made it clear that parties have begun to talk about the IEC Chairman Regmi’s resignation as the CJ.

Similarly, Chairman Thakur said there should not be threshold of vote for ensuring the representation of fringe political parties, indigenous nationalities, women, and all people in the Constituent Assembly (CA) election.

He claimed that the political parties have made no agreement regarding the threshold of vote and registration of candidacy by a person, who is convicted of criminal case, to participate in the CA election.

He further said that there was a little bit delay on declaring the date for the CA election as some laws regarding the CA election process were in the process of study.

Meanwhile addressing an assembly organized by his party at Terhathum district headquarters in Myaglung on Thursday Padma Sundar Lawati warned of reinstating deposed king Gyanendra Shah in Narayanhiti palace through demonstration if the Constituent Assembly election could not be conducted in November.

Lawati accused the ministers, appointed after the abolishment of monarchy, of amassing property by emptying state coffers through rampant corruption.

Lawati said the citizens would be able to feel democracy only if the country was reinstated as Hindu kingdom and added that his party had started election campaign for the same.

Lawati also accused the major parties of hatching a plot to defer the elections in November. He claimed that November election would not be possible until the four-party syndicate reigns supreme in the country.

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