BANEPA, July 23: Chairman of the Nepal Workers and Peasants Party Narayan Man Bijukchhe has ruled out the possibility of forming a national consensus government.
Speaking in an interaction on 'interrelation between politics and literature' organized by the Progressive Writers' Association here today, leader Bijukchhe added that national consensus was impossible as the parties were not agreed for the same.
He expressed confidence that a new government would be formed despite having constitutional complexity. Leader Bijukchhe further said that the politics might lead to wrong way if it was not managed properly.
The NWPP chairman added that there was no need of being a member of any political party or Marxist to be a progressive writer.
On the occasion, litterateurs had recited their poems. RSS