Kathmandu, July. 12:
Members of dissolved constituent assembly, who are lobbying to reinstate CA on Friday urged Nepali Congress chairman Sushil Koirala to seek political way out through CA’s revival.
The former CA members reached Koirala residence at Maharajgunj to urge him to help resolve the current crisis through the revival of the CA.
They urged Koirala to reach consensus on remaining disputed issues of constitution by reviving the CA.
They said that the political crisis was deepening after the dissolution of the CA. Revival of the CA is only the possible way to resolve the political crisis, they told Koirala.
During the meeting Koirala told the ex-member of the CA that NC had no fault for the dissolution of the assembly.
After the meeting, NC former CA member Sobhakar Parajuli told journalists that Koirala was positive about the revival of the CA and said that he would discuss the issue in the party and with other political actors.
Ex-CA members from the CPN-Maoist, NC, CPN-UML and other fringe parties were also present in the meeting, said Parajuli.
According to him, the team plans to meet UCPN-Maoist chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’, CPN-UML chairman Jhala Nath Khanal, CPN-Maoist chairman Mohan Baidhaya to convince them for CA revival.
Meanwhile, NC leader Arjun Narsingh KC said that the party would not participate in the fresh election of the Constituent Assembly announced by the government for November 22 without consultations with other parties.
At a press meet organized by Nepal Press Union, Kaski, in Pokhara on Friday, he said there was no provision of fresh elections in the Interim Constitution.
He demanded referendum on single ethnic.
According to KC, no electoral environment would be created unless the Prime Minister Dr. Baburam Bhattarai resigns from his post.
KC said that his party has only agreed for bringing a one-third budget.