DHULKHEL: CPN-Maoist Chairman Mohan Baidhya today said both the President Ram Baran Yadav and Prime Minister Ba-buram Bhattarai were res-ponsible for bringing constitutional crisis to the country. Addressing his party’s First Tamsaling Rajya Committee Conference in Dhulikhel, Baidhya said, “Both president and prime minister have lost their status as the country is experiencing constitutional vacuum.”
He further said no person or institution could claim the legality in the given scenario. On a different note, Baidhya accused the UCPN-M Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal and his deputy Baburam Bhattarai of being power hungry. He also flayed the three major parties for prolonging the political crisis for in the pretext of gaining power.
“The big three parties are bargaining just for power,” Baidhya added. Offering solution to the prevailing crisis, Baidhya said only a round table conference could provide a way out to the country not the fresh polls or Constituent Assembly resurrection. Noting that CA would not be able to promulgate a new constitution, he charged the parties of hoodwinking the people in the name of new election.
In another context, CPN-Maoist chairman held that past agreements including the 12-point agreement and Comprehensive Peace Acco-rd had failed to deliver a solution to the nation. He stressed on the need to striking a new agreement to give a way out to the country. He reiterated of staging a new revolution if people’s aspirations and wishes were not met. Flaying the UCPN-M for its deviation from the revolutionary line, Baidhya alleged that Dahal and Bhattarai had shown apathy towards solving the problems of disappeared people.