KATHMANDU: A meeting of the three major parties and the Unified Democratic Madhesi Front (UDMF) held at Prime Minister's office Thursday has discussed on the discontent of UDMF in connection with the provision of 11 provincial units in constitution.
The parties had signed the deal on contentious issues of constitution including federalism on May 14.
Expressing disagreement on the deal reached among the party, the UDMF has put its firm stance on the same at today's meeting.
Emerging out of the meeting, UCPN-Maoist Vice-chairperson and Deputy Prime Minister Narayan Kaji Shrestha said the UDMF has noded to accept the demarcation of 10 provinces in line with the report by State Restructuring High Level Recommendation Commission.
Nepali Congress (NC) Vice-president Ram Chandra Paudel said the Front has called for federating the country into 10 provincial units and the parties would hold parleys on their demand again.
Acting Chairperson of Madhesi Janaadhikar Forum (Republic) and Minister for Information and Communciations Raj Kishor Yadav said they would go for disrupting parliament, staging street protest, among others, if the idea of 11 provinces was imposed.
He informed that the meeting of four political forces was taking place today.