KATHMANDU, July 23: Sarbendra Nath Shukla of Tarai Madhes Loktantrik Party has said they have not rejected the constitution entirely, but have concerns over some discriminatory articles.
Taking part in the discussions on the no-trust motion filed against Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli at the Legislature-Parliament today, he accused the Oli-led government of ignoring the issues concerning the Madhes. “The issues of Madhesh are the national-level problems," he said.
Similarly, Laxman Lal Karna of Sadbhawana Party said the incumbent Prime Minister was not right to remain in the post even after losing majority in the house.
Stating that the CPN (Maoist) Center has significant contribution to federalism, republic and secularism in the country, he said his party is in favor of the no-trust motion brought by the party taking the country's largest and oldest party Nepali Congress into confidence with commitments to address the Madhes issues.
Likewise, Nepal Workers and Peasants Party's Prem Suwal said the no-trust motion was brought in the interest of foreign forces who want keep their influence on Nepal and over the Nepalis.
Jaydev Joshi of CPN (Unified) said lack of strong commitments from the Prime Minister towards maintaining social harmony and expediting the post-quake reconstruction efforts helped create atmosphere for registering the no-confidence motion against him. RSS