Nepal’s hardline communist leader challenges 11-pt deal

KATHMANDU: Nepal’s hardliner communist party CPN-Maoist’s chairman Mohan Baidya has said that the 11-point agreement reached among the major four political powers and the subsequent 25-point order on removing constitutional difficulties should be scrapped to bring the country’s politics in a right direction.

Like before, the CPN-Maoist Chief also said that tan all-party meet or round table conference would give an outlet to the country.

Addressing a program in the capital on Sunday, the old methods were insufficient to resolve the country’s problems.