Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal has said that there is no relevance remains for the agreement between major three parties reached four days back which carved out 11 States the federal setup.
Dahal had made these observations upon meeting leaders of ethnic and Madhesi communities.
“The agreement holds no relevance. We need to forge new agreement. We cannot draft the constitution without taking Madhesi and ethnic communities,” Dahal said.
Similarly, addressing a program organized by Kirat Sovereign State Struggle Committee on Saturday, May 19, 2012, Dahal said, “I have begun feeling that we need to resist all sorts of conspiracies. I hope you will all understand the difficulty the political leadership is undergoing in their struggle to give a shape to the federal setup.”
“We will not compromise in our struggle to establish federal states based on ethnic identity”, said Dahal.
“The deal to carve out 11 states was made between four parties including the Madhesi Alliance, however the alliance later threatened to quit the government if the deal was implemented. In such a situation where one of the party is refusing to abide by the deal it holds no significance to continue with that”, he said and added, “We have begun mulling over the proposition to carve out between 6 to 14 states based on identity”.
Dahal also arrived in his home district of Chitwan on Saturday and while addressing a program he said that the parties will reach another deal by Sunday May 20, 2012.