UCPN (Maoist) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal and CPN (UML) senior leader Madhav Kumar Nepal - both former prime ministers of Nepal - on Sunday held discussions about formation of national consensus government including ongoing processes of constitution drafting and peace process.
During the meeting held at UML leader Nepal's residence in Koteshwor this morning, Dahal and Nepal also focused their discussion on finding a amicable solution to end the current political deadlock.
In the meeting, Maoist chairman Dahal is learnt to have requested UML leader Nepal to extend his support to conclude the ongoing peace process.
In response, UML leader Nepal stressed on the need to implement the seven agreements made between the parties on November 1 last year.
Dahal reached Koteshwor to meet Nepal after the main opposition Nepali Congress and the UML took serious exception to the proposal of the army chief Chattra Man Singh Gurung for relinquishing its position on a number of aspects of army integration. nepalnews.com