The CPN (Maoist Centre) has assured that it would not seek any alternative immediately to the existing alliance. CPN (Maoist Centre) made such commitment during office bearers’ meeting held at party headquarters, Koteshwor on Sunday.
Following the meeting, General Secretary Dev Prasad Gurung said the party made preliminary review of the November 20 election to the House of Representatives and Province Assembly.
The ruling coalition is going to convene today to discuss post-election situation in the country. All aspects of the election and next government will be discussed today in the meeting of the existing ruling alliance.
“There is no dispute in the alliance nor has any issue on whether to break the alliance. No issue has been raised prominently on an alternative approach to government formation. We’re mainly focused on election review,” General Secretary reiterated.
According to him, the party expressed gratitude to all sides concerned on election. The meeting reviewed the constraints and weaknesses of the party in relation to the election.
“We are in alliance. So, alliance meeting discusses broadly on the formation of next government,” he added.
Nepali Congress has secured 57 seats in the HoR election while CPN (Maoist Centre) has won 18 seats, including the recent re-election in Dolakha district.
Similarly, CPN (Unified Socialist) got 10 seats while Lokatantrik Samajwadi 4 and Rastriya Janamorcha has won 1 seat.