Kathmandu, Aug 30: Prime Minister Sushil Koirala has said that House obstruction will not give a way out for current situation as this was the time for expediting the constitution writing tasks by forging consensus.
The House obstruction will hinder the constitution writing process, the PM told the Rastriya Samachar Samiti (RSS) Chairman Kulchandra Wagle and reporters today at the PM’s official residence in Baluwatar.
“The House obstruction will obstruct the constitution writing process. The charge for this goes to the opposition parties. I have requested UCPN (Maoist) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal not to obstruct the House proceedings because promulgating constitution in time is our desire,” the Prime Minister said.
Stating that the tasks of the peace process and others were resolved through talks and consensus so far, the Prime Minister said the remaining concerns can also be resolved through dialogues.
“So, I urge not to obstruct the House meeting. I have been talking to them (opposition leaders) in this issue,” PM Koirala added.
On the occasion, the PM said that he was committed to ending deadlock by holding discussions regarding the oppositions’ demands, and move ahead by taking all forces together to complete the constitution writing on time.
Asked about the implementation of the four-point deal raised by the opponent parties, the PM said, “We should give the way out. We should not remain confused in the current situation. Solution should be sought through discussions.”
Likewise, the PM said jobs for the formation of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, and Enforced Disappearances Commission were already started.
On a separate context, Prime Minister Koirala said he wants to take rest after the completion of the constitution writing and added the political parties having faith on democracy should leave no stone unturned to expedite the constitution writing to move ahead the country with new speed as the Prime Minister would calls it quits immediately after the promulgation of the new constitution.
I AM FINE AND WORKING REGULARLY
On the occasion, PM Koirala also said the recent media reports about his health were untrue.
“The media reports are untrue. I am completely fine. I am working everything,” he clarified.
PM Koirala said he was attending the meeting of Council of Ministers, different programmes and meeting with the friends despite the doctors’ suggestions not to do work much for taking radio therapy for five times. RSS