RASTRIYA SAMACHAR SAMITI
BIRGUNJ: CPN-UML senior leader Madhav Kumar Nepal has urged people not to harbor any doubts regarding the Constituent Assembly polls slated for November 19.
Addressing a training programme organised by the UML Parsa or the local party cadres here today, he said there was no any problem holding the election to the second CA on the date declared by the government as the date had been set in consultation with and the consent of the major political parties.
Leader Nepal said that now there was no alternative to holding the CA election and expressed the hope that the parties opposing the election would ultimately have to come on board and participate in the election.
Nepal, also the former prime minister, ruled out any possibility of revival of monarchy in the country as it was limited in the pages of history.
He claimed that the UCPN-Maoist had yet to shake itself off the mentality of 'state capture', adding, “The country would get a constitution of their liking only if the UML secured majority votes in the forthcoming CA election."