Kathmandu, Aug 2: The UCPN (Maoist) has said that the government’s rescue task to the Sunkosi/Bhotekosi inundated site was not satisfactory. At a press meet organized at the party headquarters Koteshwor today, party spokesman Dina Nath Sharma urged the government to immediately rescue and release the relief materials to the victims of landslide and inundation. He also directed the party cadres of neighboring districts to support to the landslide victims. Speaking on a different note, leader Sharma said that the upcoming visit of Indian Prime Minister would open a new dimension in the bilateral relations and Nepal should take maximum benefit from his visit. The visit should not be made only a formal one and the government and major political parties should be serious in this regard. He further said that power trade agreement (PTA) is necessary for economic prosperity of the nation and the issues of project development agreement (PDA) should be prepared by forging national consensus. Spokesperson Sharma said that the disputes seen in the party is centered towards the direction of resolution. He further said that the working alliance with CPN-Maoist and other political parties would be fruitful for drafting a pro-people constitution.