KATHMANDU: President Dr Ram Baran Yadav today said that no party had been mandated to run the country alone.
"The people haven't given the mandate to run the country to a single party," said the President at a tea reception organised by Loktantrik Dhanusha Society on the occasion of upcoming Chhath festival at Shital Niwas.
Stating that the people were the largest parliament of the country, the President said that 30 million Nepalis had not entrusted any single party to run the state affairs on its own.
Bringing the peace process to a logical conclusion after drafting a consensual statute was the popular aspiration, he added, pointing finger at the parties' dilly-dallying in the crucial tasks.
President Yadav expressed his preference for democratic system in a civilised world, end to the politics of arms, equilibrium among the parliamentary forces, government and the judiciary.
He cautioned that the country could plunge into another conflict if the parties failed to restructure the state in a scientific way.
Dr Yadav said failure to utilise the country's resources in a just manner would invite doom.