Govt’s political decisions bothering RJP
Kathmandu, May 8 :
The Rastriya Janashakti Party (RJP) today expressed its concern that political decisions on every issue might lead to anarchy and has suggested that the government prioritise the ‘genuine’ Maoist issue to guarantee security and unobstructed movement to the people rather than engaging in other issues.
The RJP will hold discussions on four issues: present trend of taking political decisions on every issue, how to focus on Maoist problem, restructuring of the state and on
avoiding further political conflict between the King and the seven-party alliance during its central committee meeting beginning tomorrow, a party insider said today.
RJP chief Surya Bahadur Thapa had raised these four points on the second day of the meeting of the House. “We are sure the central committee meeting will accept the four points,” party spokesperson Sarbendra Nath Shukla informed.
The meeting is also expected to discuss the party’s future strategy in the changed political scenario. The party believes that since a direct political conflict between the King and the seven-party alliance has come to an end and any further conflict between the two must be avoided.
The meeting is also expected to pressure the government to guarantee equal and respectable participation and inclusion of Dalits, women, Janajatis and members of the backward communities in the democratic process.