Kathmandu, Aug 5 (ANI): As the Maoists' four-day ultimatum to the government to address 'civilian supremacy' near, Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda has said the party has announced the two-month long nation-wide stir for timely drafting Constitution and taking the peace process to a conclusion.
Inaugurating a conservation project here, Prachanda reiterated his earlier claim that 'foreign elements' are derailing the peace-process and the Maoists are organizing the fresh protests to defer that possibility.
He, however, vowed that the party will face all kind of challenges but will never surrender before any international power.laiming that a Maoist-led government will soon take shape, Prachanda said that the current government led by UML would not survive for many days.
On Tuesday, the Maoist had claimed that the current government will be forced to step down and a new national government led by the Maoists will replace it with the power of 'third people's movement'.
Meanwhile, the United Nations Mission in Nepal (UNMIN) has expressed concern over the Maoist nation-wide stir.
In a meeting with top Maoist leaders, UNMIN representatives reportedly expressed deep concern over the Maoist threat to take to the streets and obstruct parliament over the issue of civilian supremacy, nepalnews reported. (ANI)