Leader of Nepali Congress (NC) Gopalman Shrestha has expressed his dissatisfaction saying that the country was being a political laboratory for foreigners.
According to National News Service, speaking at a condolence meet on Tuesday on demise of democracy fighter, Krishna Kumar Adhikari, a resident of Putalibazaar Municipality-12 at Rangkhola, Shrestha said that some international forces were using Nepal's politics as per their interests.
Similarly, NC central member Dr Minendra Rijal said that Constituent Assembly (CA) cannot be reinstated in this condition as the political parties were divided over the issue.
Rijal said there was no alternative to go for fresh elections by forming a national unity government based on political consensus through constitution amendment. He said a credible government should be formed by amending articles 33, 63 and 64 of the Interim Constitution 2063 B.S.
During the condolence meet, former district committee president of NC, Syangja, Shreeprasad JT, Chairman of freedom fighter association Tarapati Subedi, NC leaders Jagatbandhu Aryal, Shiva Kumar Giri and others expressed their opinions on the occasion.
Adhikari, born in Patna of India, died of brain tumor on July 3. He was 73. Adhikari leaves behind a wife, two sons and six daughters. nepalnews.com