Youth leaders find ray of hopes for CA polls

KATHMANDU The young political leaders have stressed on univocal views and stands of the political parties to hold election. The parties need to make common written commitment for the election.

Speaking with the National News Agency (RSS) on Saturday, young leader of the UCPN-Maoist Chandra Bahadur Thapa said the big political powers as the UCPN-Maoist, Nepali Congress, CPN-UML and the Madhesi Front should come up with commitment with the people that they would adopt certain measure to forge agreement on the disputed issues of constitution writing.

Nepali Congress leader Mohammad Aftab Alam said the political parties, instead of accusing each other, can work in unison in relating to the election. The constitution writing can be completed on consensus despite different political ideologies, he added.

Similarly, Anil Kumar Jha of the Federal Sadbhawana Party, said the political leaderships can correct the past mistakes and make public comment to create environment for the election to the Constituent Assembly.

CPN-Maoist´s Jaypuri Gharti demanded a formation of a political government, cancellation of four-party syndicate and common commitment on correction of past mistakes.

Jagan Nath Khatiwada of the CPN-UML said that the CA was dissolved because of inability and shortsightedness of political leaderships. Now, it was time to garner people´s demand and suggestions and make commitment to implement the decision accordingly, he added.