Kathmandu, July 6
The main opposition party, Nepali Congress, on Friday has urged the government not to create a confrontation between communist and democratic forces of the country as it might give reactionaries a space to play.
Speaking at the National Assembly meeting today, Congress lawmaker Jitendra Dev accused the government of trying to boast that it could move ahead by dominating the opposition.
He added that both democratic and communist sides would suffer if they did not move together.
Dev was concerned about recent decisions made by the government including the one to scrap all political appointments made by Sher Bahadur Deuba-led government after August 30 last year.
He was of the view that the government tried to take revenge with the decision and it could instigate a new conflict in the country. Therefore, he urged the government to correct the decision.
Published on July 6th, Friday, 2018 12:45 PM
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