KATHMANDU: Chairman of Unified CPN-Maoist Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' today epressed hope that the High-Level Political Mechanism (HLPM) would resolve the protracted political impasse soon.
He said the initiation taken by the HLPM to discuss the President's move, which allegedly led to the political deadlock, had hinted that a resolution would be found soon.
"The dark clouds hovering over the country's politics will clear soon," Prachanda said, inaugurating a martyr's park at Gokarna in Kathmandu. He claimed that the HLPM had taken an initiative to end the impasse, to lead the peace process to a logical conclusion and to draft the constitution on time.
Prachanda, who is leading a series of movements for national independence, said Nepal could be developed as a prosperous nation if the people's verdict was respected.
Claiming that the people had entrusted the Maoists with the task of making the new constitution, he said those conspiring against them were against peace and Loktantra.
Prachanda said the dreams of the martyrs, who fought right from the Ranas' rule, had not been fulfilled, urging everyone to follow the spirit of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement to realise their dreams.
According to the Martyr's Park Construction Committee, the park would have the statues of those who got martyrdom during the Maoist movement, Janaandolan II and the Madhes movement. The park was opened for public today.