Chitra Bahadur KC Party welcomes four party accord

telegraphnepal.com

Veteran Communist leader Chitra Bahadur K.C who singly stood against the notion of federal order and warned that it could eventually lead to disintegration of the nation has said that the ’16 Point Agreement’ has to some extent minimized the risk associated with federalism.

What is is talking after all?

In a press note issued by his party, Rastriya Janmorcha, K.C. claims that his party will support the agreement but with caution.

Nepal’s four major political parties, Nepali Congress, United Marxist Leninist and the Madhesi Alliance, June 8, 2015 signed a sixteen point pact which in essence claims that their eight year long disputes related to several contentious issues of constitution has been resolved once and for all. They have also finalized the number of states to eight which will be founded based both on the basis of identity and capability.

“Our party has always stood against federalism,” says KC in the statement and adds, “However the agreement reached by the major forces has totally ridiculed ethnicity and regionalism while founding the states.”

“I hope that the parties continue with their present stand and totally focus on constitution drafting process,” says KC.

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