Yadav blames biggies for indulging in power game

RAUTAHAT: Federal Socialist Forum-Nepal's Chairman Upendra Yadav has blamed the big parties of involving more in distribution of political power rather than solving the crucial problems facing the nation.

Yadav said the political practice of Nepal was one-of-a-kind worldwide.

Yadav was speaking at a press conference organised in Gaur of Rautahat district on Saturday.

"The problem surfaced when the three major political parties—CPN-Maoists Centre, Nepali Congress and CPN-UML—started their power game."

Yadav objected to the trend of making appointments in security bodies, executive, legislative and diplomatic positions among other officials.

Yadav clarified that the agitating Madhes-centric parties withdrew their support extended to the government because Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal did not abide by the three-point agreement they had signed before his election to the top executive position.

"If the issue of delineation of provincial boundaries was ignored, the local elections would not be conducted," Yadav asserted.

Also on a different note, he said PM Dahal made a mistake by incorporating the Rastriya Prajatantra Party in the government.