The Nepal President will have patience until July 23, 2012 to bear with the incumbent Prime Minister Bhattarai and the former in all likelihood after the expiry of this special date, if completely ignored by PM, he may call upon all the political parties to make collective efforts in order to form a national unity government.
This is how Dr. Ram Saran Mahat has understood the inner psyche of the Nepal President,
The manner Dr. Mahat has talked of the impending President move, it appears that either the President has himself talked about the same with Dr. Mahat or at best the President may have told Mahat to feel the pulse beat of the Maoists belonging to the Bhattarai Maoists camp as to how they react.
The Nepali Congress leader Mahat further said that if consensus is built including on the very conduct of the announced elections by this date, July 23, 2012, then it would be Okay for the President (a former Congress leader) or else he will have to make a national call for the formation of a national unity government as it would be, according to President, the most suitable political alternative.
“All that the President awaiting is July 23, 2012, opined Dr. Mahat.
After the President’s call for a national unity government, the country’s politics will change for the better, hoped Mahat while talking to a media gathering in Kathmandu, July 12, 2012.
Mahat in the process also announced that well within two weeks or so, Nepali Congress will command the next Nepal Government.
Expecting the Government in a silver plate.
Rebuking Mahat’s prediction, Hari Bol Gajurel of the Maoists establishment panel said that the country will have to embrace yet another violent conflict if the President sacked the Nepal PM without having political consensus.
Gajurel is a PB member of the party.
“The President can’t sack the PM and he has no authority to appoint any one as next Nepal PM under the influence and encouragement of political parties”, explained Gajurel his party’s stance perhaps.
UML leader Pradip Gyawali maintained that PM’s resignation could be the beginning of the beginning for sorting out the current political stalemate.
In the meanwhile, Rajendra Dahal, the Press Advisor of the Nepal President talking to Sourya daily has said that Dr. Mahat’s utterances were his personal opinions.