The ruling Unified Maoists Party and Unified Democratic Madhesi Alliance have declared once again that Prime Minister Baburam should not resign in the present situation.
A meeting was held at the Prime Minister’s residence in Baluatar, Kathmandu, July 25, 2012, where the ruling parties had made it clear to the opposition that under present fluid political situation Prime Minister’s resignation will add to the fluidity and thus he will remain seated.
Unless parties reach to consensus PM Baburam will continue in the office and serve the country, reports quote sources at PM’s residence as claiming.
Claimed Rajendra Mahato of Nepal Sadvawana Party who happens to be the minister of health, “The meeting has come to the conclusion that in the present situation if the prime minister resigns will add to the present instability.”
“We urge the opposition to hold consensus in the contentious issues of constitution drafting and support the government to postpone the election”, he also claimed.