Chairman Baidya urges for consensus efforts

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Kathmandu, Nov. 13: Chairman of the CPN-Maoist, Mohan Baidya, has urged all concerned to make efforts for a consensus, as there was still time for this.

Talking to media persons at his residence, Dhapashi, on Wednesday, Chairman Baidya said although his party was for a consensus through dialogue, the government and four big parties were not taking any initiative towards that end.

“We are an inseparable part of the peace process but we have been brushed aside from electoral process. So, this election would not take the peace process to its logical end, but foments further conflict,” he said, requesting civil society, journalists and political parties to make consensus efforts from their sides.

The activities of the government would determine what the party does in the future, he said, adding that the protest programmes would continue in a different way if need be.

He argued that the UCPN-Maoist is fearing its defeat if the CPN-Maoist joined election while the CPN-UML and Nepali Congress are concerned over the likelihood of an unification of two Maoist parties. It was the main reason, they kept us aside, Chairman Baidya added.

According to him, the protest programmes were a compulsion. Leader Baidya expressed unawareness about his party’s involvement in the bomb blasts taking place in different parts of the country. RSS

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