TIKA R PRADHAN
KATHMANDU: Unified CPN-Maoist Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal today told his cadres that his party has been working hard for consensus among the parties to give a way out to the existing political crisis facing the country.
Dahal’s assurance comes at a time when major parties have been scrambling to form their respective fronts.
Party spokesperson Agni Sapkota said that Dahal informed that his party has been working on forging consensus among the parties since there was no alternative to consensus.
The Unified CPN-Maoist chairman was addressing the political training programme of Tamsaling State Committee in Kapan.
Prime Minister Baburam Bhattarai, party’s organisational department head Krishna Bahadur Mahara, Tamsaling State Committee convener Biswobhakta Dulal, Dahal and Deputy PM Narayan Kaji Shrestha were also present during the training, attended by 2,000 leaders and cadres.
According to one participant, defending the accusation of Mohan Baidhya, Dahal had tried to convince cadres that the party has taken steps of revolutionary changes. Bhattarai said his Cabinet will again send the rejected ordinances to the President, along with other ordinances, as the Head of the State has no authority to reject them.