New Constitution is impossible unless new government replaces the incumbent one, so claimed Chairman Jhalanath Khanal of United Marxist Leninist Party while addressing a program in Kathmandu organised to celebrate International Labor Day, Tuesday May 1, 2012.
“To make the environment favourable in order to draft the constitution, the present government must resign at the earliest”, Khanal said.
“We have found Maoists casual in the constitution drafting process. They are yet to completely shun the politics of violence”, he claimed.
To recall, it was Bhattarai to have made similar demands when Khanal was the Prime Minister. In fact, Bhattarai had first mooted the idea of Khanal’s resignation. Later Khanal had to yield to the JNU pressure.
Similarly, addressing a similar program in Hetauda of Makwanpur, “election defeated” Madhav Kumar Nepal of the same party also raised similar demands. Bright and sunny days for Madhav.
“To promulgate a constitution that is acceptable to all, a national unity government has become necessary”, Nepal said.
“The Maoists do not want to take on to the constitutional course. The party is still plagued with utmost love to arms and militia”, he claimed.