KATHMANDU: Prime Minister Dr Baburam Bhattarai clarified on Tuesday that his relation with the head of the state is not aggravating as aired by medias.
Bhattarai elucidated so following his meeting with President Dr Ram Baran Yadav at Sheetal Niwas, the President’s office in Maharajgunj.
“ We mulled over ways to work together on a common enterprise: how to put an end to the existing political impasse ,” said PM to media men.
“We need to move ahead in cooperation to institutionalise the achievements attained so far through various democratic movements.”
PM Bhattarai had reached Sheetal Niwas after 9 am at a time when they are at a tug-of- war over the fate of Constituent Assembly(CA) and a national unity government formation.
For PM, the Interim Constitution has not given any executive right to the President, which he spoke in public just a day after President warned political parties that he would not stay idle after the October 16 deadline set by the parties for forging consensus expired.
As parties failed to meet their self-imposed first deadline of September 15, they are unlikely to forge consensus by the second self-imposed deadline — October 16 — set by them before the President.