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Talks with opposition alliance will be meaningful: Poudel
Chitwan, March 10: Vice-President of the Nepali Congress, Ram Chandra Poudel, has said that the talks with the opposition parties would be meaningful.
Talking to media persons here today, Vice-President Poudel said that the opposition parties should be serious for consensus as the ruling parties are serious for the talks.
He urged the opposition alliance to come to consensus by holding deep discussions at its own meeting.
Stating that no agreement could be signed by putting the democracy at stake, the NC Vice-President said that the ruling parties are serious to promulgate the new constitution.
Leader Poudel asked the opposition alliance, "Either listen to us or convince us." He further said that the new constitution would be promulgated soon if the opposition parties become positive.
Before this, addressing the condolence assembly organised in memory of late Kamala Pandit, Vice-President Poudel said that demands of all would be fulfilled along with the promulgation of the new constitution.
On the occasion, he expressed sorrow over the demise of Pandit, saying the demise has caused an irreparable loss to the party.
Different people including NC Chitwan President Tek Prasad Gurung, lawmaker Ram Krishna Ghimire, among others expressed their view.
Nepal is holding the fourth Summit of BIMSTEC next week. The regional body is expected to discuss various issues pertaining to connectivity, investment,...