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Maoist Centre leader Dahal says, no intention to topple Govt

Maoist Centre leader Dahal says, no intention to topple Govt

Kathmandu, Oct 7 UNI) Ruling coalition partner CPN (Maoist Centre) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal today made it clear that his party was not toying with the idea to topple the Government. Talking in a parliamentary party meeting today morning, the former Prime Minister said, “Our alliance with CPN-UML for upcoming elections and subsequent unification is the broader strategy to make one single Communist centre in Nepal. This does not affect the Government. We do not want to hamper the elections in the offing.” Dahal however said if Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba tells him to quit from the current coalition Government, his party was ready to do so. Dahal said that the unification with UML and Naya Shakti, though, has been agreed in principle, the leaders are yet to discuss ideological unison. He said that the unification process could reach to a logical conclusion only after discussing ideological, political and organisational aspects of the unified party. UNI XC-SNU 1250

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