BAGLUNG: Education Minister Dinanath Sharma has said no compromise would be made with any force in framing new constitution with the guarantee of the protection of people's rights.
The Unified CPN-Maoist has brought the significant issue of the peace process to a conclusion and the task of drafting pro-people constitution will start following the New Year (April 13), said Sharma, who is also the Spokesperson of the UCPN-Maoist.
At a pres meet organised by UCPN-Maoist on Thursday, he stressed that there would be no compromise in drafting constitution serving the interest and aspiration of people.
'The history of the UCPN-Maoist is not that of splinter rather that of unity. The internal ideological struggle within the party would not lead to disintegration', he argued.
'Leaders close to party Vice-chairperson Mohan Baidhya do often avoid decisive meetings and dialogue even when called by the party Chairperson', Sharma said, adding that the Baidhya faction has put differing views on every decision of the party.
He revealed that party Chairperson had informed Baidhya while taking decision on the army integration some days ago.
He claimed the formation of national consensus government will move ahead when the technical works on army integration have been completed.