Kathmandu, Feb 21 (ANI): Nepal Prime Minister Prachanda has said that human rights can't be ensured until the country fulfills the basic needs of the people.
Addressing the first National Assembly of the Human Rights Concern Center Nepal, Prachanda admitted that the present government has not been able to meet the people's aspiration.
"Although the people had high expectations from the Maoist-led government, the constant friction between the political parties has made it simply impossible for it to give a semblance of change to the people," he added.
Prachanda further said that he had valid information of various quarters conspiring to topple his government and install a new one in its place.
"These activities were the main reason behind the delay in the Constitution writing process and doubted if there will be lasting peace in the country if this continues," he added, Nepalnews reported. (ANI)