“We want parties to forge consensus as soon as possible. We are also in favor of formation of a national unity government. All the parties are aware of the impending crisis,” said Prime Minister Baburam Bhattarai.
Time buying exercise.
“I am also aware that continuation of same government under my leadership as a consensus government is not acceptable to other parties. I believe that formation of consensus government demands immediate consensus between parties,” Baburam told media men at a tea party organized by Reporters’ Club in Kathmandu, October 20, 2012.
The club led by veteran journalist Rishi Dhamala had organized a tea party on the occasion of Dashin Festival.
Talking to media men at the program United Marxist Leninist Chairman Jhal Nath put entire blames on to the heads of general public for electing Unified Maoists as the largest party in the constituent assembly.
Wasn’t it a NOIDA ploy?
“The emergence of Unified Maoists as the largest party in the CA turned out to be a bane for the nation. The present government led by Maoists will never provide stability to the country as it is not interested in promulgating the constitution and concluding the peace process.”
By the way, Khanal too was in New Delhi in his mission to bring back Maoists from NOIDA suburbs, if one were to recall the 2005 years.
“If the present situation is to continue I clearly see the need for a movement to derail the government,” concluded Khanal.
Sher Bahadur Deuba was of the view that the CA need to be revived for a day to promulgate the constitution.
Deuba speaking the European Nation’s preference. No wonder.
PM Baburam’s consort Hisila Yami was of the view that the government led by her husband has already concluded the peace process and is well on the course to complete the constitution drafting process.
No harm in speaking a lie.
Present at the program was Chief of Nepal Army Gaurav Shumser Rana, erstwhile chief of Army Rukmangad Katawal, Nepal Communist Party-Maoist spokeswoman Pampha Bhusal, Chairman Surya Bahadur Thapa of Rastriya Janshakti Party and many more political buffoons-the burden of mother Nepal.