POKHARA: Standing committee member of the UCPN-Maoist, Krishna Bahadur Mahara, has said the party cadres should not panic over the walkout of a small group of Mohan Baidya from the party.
Inaugurating the third central gathering of the national employees' organisation of Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) here on Friday, leader Mahara, however, said splitting party at the time consensus and unity were needed within party was a serious deception. It would be evaluated by the people, he added.
Similarly, leader Mahara said the UCPN-Maoist was ready to wage any sort of struggle for the sake of identity-ensured constitution.
He pointed out the need to forge political consensus. The Maoist party was ready to form the government of national consensus only after ensuring the constitution with the guarantee of ethnicity-based federalism.
On the occasion, NEA General Manager Upendra Dev Bhatta said if some amount spent on purchasing petroleum products was invested in electricity generation, energy crisis would reduce to some extent.