‘President’s constructive role needed to convince dissenting parties’

RPP Chairman Kamal Thapa at Reporters Club Nepal (File Photo)

KATHMANDU: Chairman of Rastriya Prajatantra Party-Nepal (RPP-N), Kamal Thapa, has said the President should play a role to bring the political parties opposing the Constituent Assembly election to a consensus.

Addressing the party program here today, RPP-N Chairman Thapa said the election to be held with the participation of one and all would give a way out to the nation from existing crisis.

On the occasion, cine entrepreneur Uddhav Poudel, singer Sanjay Shrestha, former vice-chairperson of Youth Association Chandra Bahadur Gurung joined the RPP-Nepal.

The President should play a role of guardian to convince the agitating parties to join the election when the High Level Political Committee has not been able for the same, Thapa added.

Meanwhile, the party has constituted different committees to make preparations for its upcoming extensive national conference scheduled to be held on August 26-28.