In Pokhara, hardline communists are discussing ways to CA poll boycott

POKHARA: Nepal’s hardliner communist party CPN-Maoist is holding its full central committee meeting in Pokhara from Saturday.

During the first day, party chairman Mohan Baidhya Kiran tabled a proposal seeking leaders’ voices on upcoming poll boycott.

In his paper, Baidhya has stated that the party will take part in the November 19 polls only if new government was formed through a rountable conference by toppling the Regmi-led government.

Likewise, in his proposal Baidhya has proposed forming a youth squad nationwide to disrupt the CA poll.

Altogether 200 leaders are participating in the meeting at a party palace– Thakali Sewa Samaj–at Matepani, Pokhara.