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The Maoists said: We will not ally with the neglected Congress

Accusations have been levelled between the ruling Nepali Congress and the CPN-Maoist Center over the issue of allying in the upcoming local elections on April 12.

Accusations have been levelled between the Congress and the UCPN (Maoist) after the decision was taken to inform the central and state mechanisms with the conclusion that there could be no alliance between the five parties. Both have started blaming each other for the lack of alliance.

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The UCPN (M) has accused Congress of failing to form an electoral alliance in the district as internal disputes could not be resolved. UCPN (Maoist) District Chairman Tekman Rai alleged that the attempt to ally with the five ruling parties for the election was not possible due to the Congress.

“All the parties partaking in the Baishakh panel attempted to represent their ideas, but they could not reach an agreement in this district due to the extreme infighting within the Nepali Congress, the squabbles between the coalition parties over the issue of municipalities, and the Congress neglecting and devaluing our party.”

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In a press release, Rai said, “It has been agreed to inform the state and central bodies about the issue. However, the Congress has unilaterally announced the break-up of the alliance with the Maoists after leaving the meeting.”

The UCPN (M) has said that it was irresponsible for Congress to unilaterally break the five-party alliance against the central decision, spirit, and letter of the alliance instead of managing the problems within its party and accepting the existence of other allies.

The Maoist centre had left the meeting of the five-party alliance after failing to divide the local level from the four-day meeting in Khandbari. The UCPN-M issued a press release on Saturday after Congress district president Deepak Khadka announced the break-up of the alliance in the Sankhuwasabha on Friday.

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