CPN-UML Secretary Pradeep Gyawali has insisted on the need of removing legal difficulty to pave the way for forming a new government in the aftermath of the elections to the House of Representatives and State Assemblies.
Addressing the inaugural session of two-day Kathmandu Valley-level training organized by the party-aligned All Nepal National Free Students’ Union (ANNFSU) here Wednesday, he said the government should remove legal difficulty to provide a ground for forming a new government, respecting people’s mandate.
Delay in appointing heads and provincial capitals would have an impact on the National Assembly elections, he said, urging the government not to make further delay in taking decisions on the matters.
His claim was that some forces were trying to break the left unity which according to him would never become successful. “Party unification with the CPN (Maoist Center) will be materialized once party chairman KP Sharma Oli comes back from Thailand.”
ANNFSU President Nabina Lama expressed her hope that left unity would further help the movement of Nepali communist students.