Nepal’s Prime Minister Baburam on August 9, 2012, while addressing a program organized on the occasion of International Indigenous Day said that he was ready to step down but the parties much reach consensus in favor of identity based federalism.
Easier said than done Honorable PM.
The program was organized by NEFIN.
“I am a person who has all along my carrier fought for the rights of marginalized communities thus I am not fond of sticking to power by compromising on my ideals.” Self Praise!
Thanks and mercifully he did not insert NOIDA element while praising himself.
"I am ready to quit immediately provided there is a guarantee that parties reach consensus on drafting a constitution that is in line with the historic peoples’ war, peoples’ uprising and Madhesh uprising”, he said, “The past struggles were to draft a constitution with federalism.”
Yes! It was a War on Nepal inked in June 2002 with the Indian establishment.
“It is not going to make any difference whether or not I resign,” he said and added, “I am however very said because agenda for positive transformation the state have taken a back seat and resignation have become primary.”
Chair is important than any national agenda Mr. Prime Minister.
Congratulation on the occassion of International Indigenous Day.