Hardliner Baidhya challenges to conduct CA election by sidelining agitating parties

KATHMANDU: Chairman of hardline CPN-Maoist Mohan Baidhya has challenged the major four political parties and government to conduct the election on November 19 as announced earlier.

Releasing a book penned by party leader Hira Mani Dukhi in the capital today, Baidhya said, “The agitating parties would promulgate new constitution through streets if the major parties and government did not listen to our concerns.”

He also said that CA election was not possible by keeping the agitating political parties aside and claimed that the UCPN (Maoist) and other major parties are practising the politics of prohibition.

At a program in the capital on Sunday, Baidhya had said that the party sacrificed a lot for CA election, thereby they were not opposing the election but the process that the four-party and government are practising.