Congress’s proposal is to divide the communist alliance : Gyawali

Kathmandu, May 5: The ruling party CPN (UML) Secretary Pradip Gyawali has said that the vested plan to divide the ruling parties has become failure. He stated UML was always open to form a national consensus government and added that the leadership for that would be open.

Speaking at the face to face program organized by the Reporters’ Club Nepal on today, Secretary Gyawali has said that the current problems surfaced on the government was resolved.

Nepali Congress leader, Dhanraj Gurung said that his party proposed UCPN (Maoist) chair to lead the national consensus government to address Tarai issues and current national problem. He said, ” The recent political activities are dramatic, mysterious.” leader Gyawali blamed that the current political scenario won’t help to create the consensus among the parties,  rather it would be established the instability, he said the program presided by Reporters’ Club Nepal’s president Rishi Dhamala.

Likewise,Nepali Congress leader Dhana Raj Gurung has stressed that his party has purposed UCPN-Maoist’s chairman Prachanda as new Prime Minster as it sought the maximum possibility to form the national consensus govt.  He has opined that the current govt. can’t implement the constitution.

UCPN (Maoist) Spokesperson Dina Nath Sharma opined for participating the opposition party NC in this incumbent government otherwise, issues related to form national consensus government should be opined.

Similarly, Chairman of the Tarai Madhes Sadbhawana Party Mahendra Yadav added that the Madhesi-front will not participate in the government changing game unless their demands were addressed. He said,” Morcha won’t help to form the new govt. under Prachanda’s leadership.”

Yadav further blamed that the current govt. has failed in national and internationally. He said,” It does not carry any meaning to us for forming the new govt. with the leadershhip among bigh III.”