The Nagarik National Daily quotes one of the high ranking security officials as stating that the country may have to face unprecedented internal security threat if political parties fail to draft the constitution.
“In the manner the age old communal accord is being threatened will only add to the problem,” the unnamed security official is further quoted by the Daily.
However, security officials do not agree that the situation will slip away from their hands paving the way for the imposition of an emergency or impose curfew orders.
In the meantime, reports have it that three major security organs of the state, Nepal Army, Armed Police Force and Nepal Police Force have been kept on high alert.
“The Nepal Army is working in tandem with the APF and NPF”, reports have it, and adds, “Heads of all three security chiefs had held a meeting to closely scrutinize the quickly deteriorating political condition.”
Security officials have come to conclusion that some communal forces are in a prepared state to use the situation to their benefit, report adds.