No talks until exit of Regmi-led govt: CPN-Maoist Vice-chairman Gajurel

KATHMANDU: At a time when the political parties and civil society leaders are prodding the government and four major political parties to bring on board talks to the dissenting political parties including the CPN-Maoist and Madhesi Janadhikar Forum-Nepal, Vice-chairman of CPN-Maoist CP Gajurel today ruled out possibilities of such talks until the government revokes all pacts signed during the formation of the current government.

Speaking at an interaction program organized by Reporters Club in the capital today, Gajurel said his party would not hold talks even with the President until the current government was dissolved and fresh commitment to forming new government through a roundtable conference.

Club’s Chairman Rishi Dhamala presided over the program.

The hardliner CPN-Maoist Vice-chairman said his party would sit for talks only the 11-point agreement signed by four major political parties and the 25-point and 25-point issued by the President for removing constitutional difficulties were scrapped.

Gajurel further said that the 11-point agreement has left the country without constitution and this has led the country to totalitarianism.

Gajurel was of the view that elections to the CA are not likely even in November if current situation continues.
He also said that stopping the CA polls from happening in June was people’s victory.