The Nepali Congress, CPN-UML and other fringe parties have been demanding that the government take back it’s decision to legalize the land transactions made by the Unified Communist party of Nepal -Maoist (UCPN-M) during the decade old conflict.
For the sixth time, the proceedings of the Parliament in Kathmandu have been obstructed and the Speaker adjourned the House till Wednesday.
The opposition continues to obstruct the proceedings of Parliament for the sixth consecutive time on the government’s decision to legalise the land transaction made by the Maoist parallel government during the decade long insurgency.
The matter is now in the Supreme Court which has passed an interim stay order, on which the Prime minister has told the opposition leader that the matter will be kept in abeyance.
However the opposition has said that they want the decision revoked.
In a program at Kathmandu on Sunday the Nepali Congress leader Arjun N arsingh KC said the present government could lose power if they go ahead with the decision, while the maoist leader C. P Gajurel said that it was the best decision taken by the present Baburam Bhattari led government.
Another difference that continues to persist between the ruling Maoist party and the opposition parties as the country continue in its transition to completing the peace process and constitution drafting.