Nepal’s hardline communist party’s chief snubs to sit for talks to end deadlock

KATHMANDU: Chairman of Nepal’s hardliner communist party Mohan Baidhya has said that his party would not sit for talks with government talks team, government, President Dr Ram Baran Yadav and four-party mechanism regarding the latest political issues.

At an interaction program organized by Reporters Club in the capital today, Chairman of CPN-Maoist Baidhya said the party decided not to sit for talks sensing that chances of demands being fulfilled is almost nil.

The program was presided by Club’s Chairman Rishi Dhamala.

Baidhya said, “High-Level Political Committee has no capacity of its own. The ministers themselves told they would not abide by the opinions of Committee.”

He also said that the party would boycott the elections under the present circumstances. “We will by making new strategies. We had also boycotted the polls in Panchayat and multiparty system too,” he added.