Kathmandu, June 28:
Nepali Congress president Sushil Koirala Thursday said his party had started initiatives to build national political consensus.
During a meeting with Swiss Envoy to Nepal Thomas Gas at his residence in Maharajgunj, he said he was against political polarization.
"I stand for consensus politics," he said.
Koirala also informed the envoy that his party was committed to work for a consensus politics.
During the meeting, the envoy inquired about Nepal’s political situation and shared he was sad that it was difficult to find an outlet.
He suggested stopping political polarization and moving ahead with consensus.
In response, Koirala said that NC was actively pursuing political dialogues to strengthen democracy and give an outlet to the country’s problems."
According to Koirala’s press adviser Bipul Pokharel, Koirala clearly stated that NC never favoured political divergence.