Deadlock likely to end soon: Gyawali
- Says UCPN (M), Madhesi leaders seem positive
Mar 13, 2015-
CPN-UML Secretary Pradip Gyawali said the current political deadlock is likely to end soon as some leaders from UCPN (Maoist) and Madhes-based parties seem to have developed positive mindset about drafting the new constitution.
Speaking at a training programme organised by the CPN-UML in Jhapa-7 on Friday, leader Gyawali said the UCPN (M) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal and Madhesi Janadhikar Forum-Loktantrik Chairman Bijaya Kumar Gachhadar have become flexible on issuing the new constitution.
“I am confident that the political deadlock will end soon if Dahal could stick to recent stand,” said Gywawali, “Because he [Dahal] has understood that his existence would be lost, if he strayed from the path of constitution writing.” He added that the possibility would end if Dahal depicted his unsteady nature.
Saying the UCPN (Maoist) has the fear that the Nepali Congress and CPN-UML, who are at the helm of the government, would entirely take the credit for drafting the new constitution, Gyawali further claimed that the UCPN (M) would be inducted in the government in order to make them comfortable.
“We are ready to induct the UCPN (M) and Madhes-based parties in the current government in order to give it the shape of national government,” said the UML leader.
Published: 13-03-2015 18:01