Kathmandu, May 30
Nepali Congress president Sushil Koirala Wednesday asked party workers to go to villages as the new election could be held any time.
He said this to workers who gathered at his residence in Maharajgunj this morning.
He instructed them to go with the people and communicate to them the official views of the party and work to improve the party hold among the people.
"The election in the country may be held at any time upon national consensus. Our party is initiating the process to build a national consensus soon," he said.
He said the party workers needed to make people clear as to why the constitution could not be promulgated and draw their attention to the position of NC.
Koirala directed them to go in line with the party central working committee meeting decision that the national campaign would be held against the ploy to end the achievements of the people’s long sacrifices and struggles.
Meanwhile, Koirala also held consultations with the former members of the Constituent Assembly on the current political situation and urged them to go to villages to activate the party organizations.
During the consultations, he said the intra-party disputes were already settled so there was no need of more bargaining.
After the consultations, president Koirala chaired the central working committee meeting of the party.
At the meeting, central members expressed their views on how to form the national consensus government and tackle the situation following the announcement of elections.
The meeting could not reach any conclusion as the party president left the meeting before it ended.