Maoist Centre-UML unification after Indian PM's visit: Bhusal

NAGARKOT: Spokeswoman for the CPN-Maoist Centre, Pampha Bhusal, said the announcement of unification between her party and CPN-UML has been delayed due to the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's state visit to Nepal which is beginning from May 11.

Speaking at an interaction programme here today, leader Bhusal said the unification was delayed due to a busy schedule of Prime Minister and CPN-UML Chair KP Sharma Oli and party chair Pushpa Kamal Dahal on the eve of the Indian Prime Minister's visit.

According to her, mutual homework on the unification issues is underway. As she said, the party will not dissolve in the CPN (UML) during the merger process as reported in public. The both parties will unite in a respectful way. She went on to say that the party unification coordination committee is doing a needful for the same. As the Spokesperson of the coalition partner of the government said time has not come yet to review over the government activities. The government is doing its works as per the agenda of elections.

She further added that the government would announce budget for the new academic session on the scheduled date, claiming that the leftist government was trying to make its diplomatic side as favourbale to the nation and time.