Government calls for a dialogue to protesting political parties

  September 10, 2018 By: INSEC

The political dialogue committee constituted by the government to hold talks with the political parties that have announced protests against the state has called on such parties to come to the talks table quoting RSS.

Speaking in a news conference organised here today, coordinator of the government talks team Som Prasad Pandeya, said that the government was committed to maintain peace, tolerance and mutual goodwill by eliminating all sorts of conflicts by means of dialogue.
“The government is actively working to establish sustainable peace in the country by means of consensus, collaboration and dialogue; and also to give a sense that there is no conflict situation in the country,” he said.
Coordinator Pandeya also stated that the talks committee was preparing to send letters to these political parties inviting them to talks after implementing the agreements reached with them in the past. He added that the response of these parties to the official letter would be studied.
When asked regarding the arrest of spokesman of the Netra Bikram Chand-led Communist Party of Nepal, Khadka Bahadur Bishwokarma, the coordinator of the government talks team said that Bishwokarma was arrested as per the statutory process of the Ministry of Home Affairs. He reiterated that talks would also be held with the Chand-led CPN and that there would be no suppression on the leaders and cadres of this party in the course of the talks.