CPN (Maoist Center) criticizes government

The ruling CPN (Maoist Center) has criticized the government for failing to create a conducive environment for holding local polls. Leaders speaking at the meeting of the party's Central Office held on Wednesday criticized the government and Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal, who is also the party' Chairman, for failing to create a conducive environment for the polls.

The meeting held at the PM Dahal's official residence in Baluwatar suggested the government to present work plan on whether the polls would be held with or without the Madhes-based parties.

"The meeting suggested the government and party's leadership to create a conducive environment for holding local polls," said Spokesperson Pampa Bhusal.

The Prime Minister told the leaders that the government is making maximum efforts to bring the agitating Madhesi parties on board for the polls even by amending the constitution except the issue of demarcation of the provinces.

The meeting had also suggested the Prime Minister to make necessary bases for economic development of Nepal during his China visit. The Prime Minister is embarking on China visit on Thursday. During his stay at the Chinese Capital, PM Dahal will call on Chinese President Xi Jinping.