Kathmandu, Dec 12 (UNI) Nepalese leaders have said that the political deadlock will be resolved by tomorrow.
After the meeting with Prime Minister Girija Prasad Koirala, leaders of the four smaller factions of the Seven-Party Alliance hinted of a breakthrough in the current political deadlock by tomorrow.
''The meeting with Prime Minister was positive and the current political problem will be solved by tomorrow,'' Unity Centre-Mashal General Secretary Narayan Kaji Shrestha 'Prakash' told mediapersons after the meeting, without giving details.
Nepal Worker and Peasants Party (NWPP) leaders Prem Suwal and Sunil Prajapati, Mr Prakash and Leftist Front leader CP Mainali met with Mr Koirala this morning.
Similarly, Chairman of the CPN-Maoist Prachanda said that the seven parties would reach a consensus to end the political impasse by tomorrow.
Talking to mediapersons at a town in southern Nepal, Mr Prachanda said the inter-party differences among the parties were narrowing.
He said the government has been positive on management of People's Liberation Army (PLA) camps, formation of a commission on missing people and providing relief to their families, and treatment of people injured in the People's War.
The Maoist leader claimed an agreement on many important issues would be reached by tomorrow.