Prachanda announces his breaking from ruling alliance

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In what looks like a major political set back for Prime Minister as well as President of Nepali Congress Seher Bahadur Deuba that Maoist Center chairperson Pushpa Kamal Dahal’s (Prachanda) move of quitting the ruling alliance.

Soon after the announcement, he rushed to Balkot, residence of CPN UML chief KP Oli.

Prachanda’s extreme but anticipated move comes in the wake of assurance from Barsaman Pun who recently returned from China. It is believed that Pun is in favor of the left parties’ alliance with Oli and Prachanda to form the Government.

Prachanda’s move entered into the political ground on the final day of the one-week long deadline given by President Bidya Devi Bhandari to political parties to form the post-election government.

Week long meetings held among top leaders from Congress-led alliance have failed to come into a consensus regarding the power sharing in the post-election government.

The different rounds of meeting at Baluwatar in the morning among NC, CPN (Maoist Center), CPN (Unified Socialilst) and Rastriya Janomarcha has failed to find a meeting point.

Prachanda’s move entered into the political ground on the final day of one-week deadline given by President Bidya Devi Bhandari to political parties to form the post-election government.Week long meetings held among top leaders from Congress-led alliance has not come into a consensus regarding the power-sharing in the post-election government.

The different rounds of meeting at Baluwatar in the morning among NC, CPN (Maoist Center), CPN (Unified Socialilst) and Rastriya Janomarcha have failed to find a meeting point.

With the failure of Baluwatar meeting to reach out a solution on issues of power sharing-whom to stake the PM post first- Prachanda left the meting at Baluwatar stating that there is no meaning of the alliance, said senior NC leader Ram Chandra Poudel.


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