Even as he was greeted by black flags by Maoist cadres in Pokhara, Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal has said he is still trying to end the current political impasse' through a consensus.
Talking to journalists and UML party cadres and leaders in Pokhara Saturday morning, PM Nepal said he would hold talks with leaders of other parties to end the deadlock once he returns to Kathmandu. Nepal is returning to Kathmandu today.
It is difficult to complete the peace and constitution drafting process if the current deadlock persists, PM Nepal said.
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal has alleged the bureaucracy of not cooperating with the government. PM Nepal said government has not been able to perform well due to non-cooperation from the bureaucracy.
Former Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal had clamped similar allegations towards the bureaucracy during his tenure, earlier.
Nepal said failure of the government employees to carry out the mandated task within the given time or forwarding it to another official with intention to delay the service has badly hampered the service to the general people.
He opined for overhaul in bureaucracy to make it more effective and stronger.
PM Nepal had gone to Pokhara on Friday to inaugurate the third general convention of Higher Secondary School Teachers' Association. nepalnews.com