NC should not join government at the behest of other parties: Senior leader Poudel
March 15, 2021 03:45 PM NPT
PARBAT, March 15: Senior leader of Nepali Congress (NC) Ramchandra Poudel said that thwarting an assault on constitution and parliament is the major responsibility of the NC rather than forming a new government now.
Speaking at a press conference organized by Nepal Press Union in Kushma on Monday morning, senior leader Poudel said that it was a major challenge for the NC to protect the system rather than forming a government.
According to him, the NC would not take forward the no-confidence motion in parliament against the Prime Minister itself as the NC was not the second biggest party in the parliament.
Poudel, however, admitted that NC would second the proposal if some other parties presented the proposal of no-confidence motion against the PM.
Poudel argued that the NC should make efforts to form a coalition government with the CPN (Maoist Centre) and Janata Samajwadi Party to end the anomalies seen in the politics.
“Considering the greater good of the country, NC should get ready to form the government but not at the behest of other political parties,” he argued.
“At this juncture of time, NC should pay attention to how to make NC popular among the people rather than eyeing for governance. NC has been stuck into internal conflict. We all should work hand-in-hand to make NC an ace party,” Paudel further said.