Some parties in Nepal trying to topple governmentFebruary 10th, 2009 - 4:01 pm ICT by ANI
Kathmandu, Feb 10 (ANI): Nepal Minister for Information and Communications Krishna Bahadur Mahara today accused some among the 18 political parties represented in the Constituent Assembly (CA) of trying to topple the government.
His remark comes at a time when the 18 Constituent Assembly parties including the Nepali Congress are demanding to immediately convene the legislative session of the Assembly to settle the contentious issues of new ordinances.
Mahara said it is pointless for the political parties to go against the ordinances at a time when the government is trying to work positively with the new ordinances.
He further urged the parties to assist the government rather than being united to fail the government.
He warned that he will direct party cadres to launch upraise if conspiracies are carried out to topple the government taking advantage of the transitional phase.
Mahara said that the new ordinances are brought as per the constitution, so, it will be promulgated as per the government’’s decision, Kantipur reported. (ANI)
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