LALITPUR: Chairman of the Madhesi Janadhikar Forum, Upendra Yadav has stressed the need of going for parliamentary elections to resolve the current political crisis. However, for this, the election government should be formed, he added.
Speaking at a programme at Balkumari, Lalitpur, on Friday, he said the right solution to the present political impasse was election and the political parties should forge a consensus for the election government as soon as possible.
Forum Chairman Yadav said there was no possibility of holding another election to the Constituent Assembly as the interim constitution talks about only one CA election, adding that the reinstatement of the CA is also not reasonable to settle the current political transition.
It is better to forge a consensus to determine the constituency numbers and electoral system for the parliamentary election rather than wasting time trying to reach a consensus over the disputed issues in the constitution writing process, he added.