Kathmandu, Jan. 23: Left alliance and Madhes-based political parties have been seen to collaborate regarding the issues of National Assembly election and formation of a new government.
The joint meeting held at CPN (UML) Parliamentary Party Office, Singha Durbar, this morning, concluded positively in order to take a country ahead as per the people’s mandate received during three-tier of elections, said CPN (UML)’s Standing Committee member, Subas Nembang.
There will be alliance between left alliance and Madhes-based parties in upcoming National Assembly election if concrete understanding is reached between left alliance and Madhes-based parties.
CPN (Maoist Centre) leader Matrika Yadav said that they would meet again at 3:00 pm today itself for extensive discussion in this regard. CPN (UML) leaders—Nemban and Agni Prasad Kharel, Barshaman Pun and Yadav of CPN (Maoist Centre), Sarbendranath Shukla and Keshav Jha of Rastriya Janata Party-Nepal and Rajendra Shrestha of Forum Nepal were present on the occasion. RSS
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