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UCPN-Maoist CC postponed for homework; Thakur for cooperation among Madhesh-centric parties


KATHMANDU: The Central Committee meeting of UCPN-Maoist scheduled for Sunday has been put off for Monday morning citing lack of necessary preparations for the meeting.

The party source informed that the meeting has been rescheduled for 11 am on Monday as lack of homework on issues including the party’s organization strengthening, strategy on the public relation campaign and work division of the CC members. The party, which recently reviewed the party’s positing for the upcoming elections of the Constituent Assembly, has decided to launch second round of programs targeting the election mainly on the places where the party’s position is comparatively weak.

Spokespersons Agni Sapkota informed that the party is making plans for the second public relation campaign and discussion is being held on it. Sapkota claimed that today’s CC meeting was also put off as the party saw need for more homework on a strategy against the conspiracy to foil the Constituent Assembly polls by blowing up the conflict-era cases. The party during the first round of campaign concluded that it would emerge as the largest party in the upcoming election. The party concluded that although people are frustrated due to failure of the constituent assembly to promulgate new constitution, they still feel that UCPN-Maoist’s leadership is essential to draft the new constitution and resolve the problems dogging the country.

In another event, chairperson of Terai Madhes Loktantrik Party (TMLP) Mahantha Thakur has said that cooperation will be established with the Madhesh-centric parties in the upcoming Constituent Assembly (CA) election.

Speaking at a press meet in Siraha on Sunday, he pledged to work together with the Madhesh-based parties in the upcoming CA as per the sentiments and inspirations of the Madheshi people and fight for their rights.

He stressed that all the political parties be serious towards the implementation of the matters settled by the first CA and forging a consensus on the remaining contentious issues through the upcoming CA soon and thereby drafting a new constitution on time.

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