KATHMANDU: What comes as a U-turn to the Baluwatar meet, wherein parties had agreed to issue the new constitution by the 12 o'clock at night by leaving the unresolved issues to the transitional parliament, UCPN-Maoist has popped up with a bit weird proposal.
UCPN-Maoist has proposed to form a new government and go into fresh polls within a year if political parties failed to forge consensus by the midnight on the state restructuring.
Notably, Constituent Assembly will be automatically dissolved if parties failed to promulgate the statute today.
Maoist Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal and Prime Minister Dr Baburam Bhattarai floated such proposal at the meeting between top leaders and Subash Nembang at Singha Durbar, said CPN-UML leader Yogesh Bhattarai.
But it has been learnt that the non-Maoist actors did not take the proposal floated by Maoists seriously.
Meanwhile, when less than six hours are left to issue the new statute, the four major political forces have decided to hold internal parleys.
UDMF has intensified its internal parleys soon after wrapping up the four party meet at Baluwatar.
UDMF leaders were not present in the meeting with the CA Chairman Subash Nembang arguing that all the issues should be settled by the end of the day.
They dissented the idea to handover the unresolved issues to the transitional parliament.
Now, Nepali Congress (NC), UCPN-Maoist, and the CPN-UML are holding separate internal discussion at Singha Durbar.