UCPN (Maoist) leader Dr Baburam Bhattarai has said he would dedicate to the party refinement movement while remaining in the party.
Talking to journalists at Tribhuvan International Airport after returning from a week-long visit to the Tibet Autonomous Region of the People's Republic of China on Tuesday, leader Bhattarai said he would not remain in the party central committee but would be active in its works staying in the lower echelon of the party.
Quizzed by journalists whether he was forming a new party, the former Prime Minister explained that rather than forming a new party he wanted to develop the existing party itself into a new party.
Stating that he was in favour of unification with the CPN-Maoist, he said although he differed with CPN-Maoist chairman Mohan Baidya regarding the party's future course of action, he was in agreement regarding the party's organizational course of action.
Leader Bhattarai billed his visit to Tibet as successful and thanked the Chinese government, the representative of the Tibet government and the leaders of the Communist Party of China for according special importance to the family visit.
He praised Tibet for showing an incomparable example of taking the preservation of archaeological artefacts and modern development works together.
Stressing on the need of sharing of the fruits of development between the people's of Nepal and China operating the border transit points in the mountainous region bordering Tibet, he said he broached this idea to the representatives of the government of Tibet in course of his meeting with them.
Dr Bhattarai had left for the holy Mt Kailash in Tibet on May 7 on a pilgrimage. He was accompanied by father Bhoj Prasad, wife Hisila Yami and daughter Manushi.