KATHMANDU: Chairman of Madhesi Janadhikar Forum (MJF) Nepal Upendra Yadav has ruled out the possibility of CA elections under the current circumstances.
Speaking at an interaction organized by the Reporters Club in the capital on Wednesday, Yadav said CA elections are not guaranteed if the same situation continues though the leaders renew their parties.
He also said that the MJF-Nepal would be renewed at the Election Commission.
Club’s Chairman Rishi Dhamala presided over the program.
The bigwigs of four major political parties are lying to people saying CA elections will be held in November. “Constitution will not be drafted though the CA polls are conducted and that will lead to further crisis in the country. Elections to be held amid conflict will not give an outlet to the crises,” he said.
Likewise, secretary of CPN-Maoist Dev Gurung said they would not register the party at the EC saying that the party was in the protest against the 25-point deal signed by major four political parties.
“The CPN-Maoist would move ahead with its clear guideline if polls are conducted by sidelining us,” Gurung added.
Gurung suggested that the reasons of the erstwhile CA’s failure should be sought prior to holding the fresh round of polls.