Prachanda’s proposal for the cooperation to JSP
Kathmandu: – The Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist Center) has proposed to form a new government with the Nepali Congress and the Janata Samajwadi Party (JSP). The Maoist center made the proposal during talks between the Maoist center and top leaders of the party on Saturday.
Top leaders of the party had rushed to Parisdanda to meet leaders including Maoist Central Committee Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal. During the meeting, Central Chairman Dahal proposed for power-sharing, said JSP Chairman Upendra Yadav. “They proposed to form a government with the Nepali Congress, the Maoist center and the JSP,” Yadav said after the talks. “They have called us to discuss a new equation.”
During the meeting, the leaders of the Maoist center offered to cooperate not only on the issue of forming a new government but also till the next election said the leaders of the party. “They have proposed for this cooperation not only to form a new government but also till the next election,” Yadav said. No conclusion has been reached on this, according to JSP leader, during the meeting, issues related to the release of Resham Chaudhary and other issues were also discussed. Yadav said that the meeting was positive. According to him, such meetings and discussions will continue.
Talking to media persons, another chairman of JSP, Mahanta Thakur, said that although the talks were positive, no conclusion could be reached. Five top leaders, including JSP presidents Yadav and Thakur, had reached Parisdanda. This news is in today’s ‘Nagarik Dainik’.