Nepal Maoists to table no confidence motion by October 7
Kathmandu, Sep 24 (ANI): Maoist chairman Prachanda has said that his party would table 'no confidence' motion in the parliament against the UML-led government if there's no agreement to resolve the question of civilian supremacy.
Speaking to reporters here on Wednesday, Prachanda said the Maoist party would try to reach an understanding with the UML and the Nepali Congress till October 7, but it would go for no confidence motion if the talks failed.
He also said that the budget of the government would not be passed, as his party will not end the obstruction in the parliament unless the demands are met
He also claimed that his nine-month long premiership embodied civilian supremacy whereas Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal came to power at the cost of it.
He also blasted at Nepali Congress and the UML for not allowing a parliamentary debate on the Maoist 'commitment proposal' on the President's move.
"Parties that are against parliamentary debate on the President's move do not have moral authority to talk about democracy, Nepalnews quoted him as, saying.
Earlier, Prachanda has threatened to launch a decisive revolt in Nepal if the Maoist-floated resolution motion on civilian supremacy were not debated in the Parliament.
"Unless we ensure and bag victory, our revolt will continue. This time the reactionaries will be obliterated by the Maoists from the country's political scene," he said. (ANI)