He blamed the government for trying to bring instability in the country by registering the constitution amendment proposal at a time when it was necessary to go for the implementation of the constitution.
The UML vice-chairman also said the constitution could be amended as per the need and demands of and for the welfare of the people only after concluding the three levels of elections.
He was inaugurating the 7th convention of Radio Nepal Employees’ Union in the Capital.
“People aspire for economic development, political stability and country’s prosperity,” he said.
Also on the occasion, acting executive director of Radio Nepal Ashok Baskota demanded that the government’s policy to develop Radio Nepal as public transmission institution be implemented.
Likewise, participants from different walks of life including chairman of the Confederation of Nepalese Professionals Bishwonath Pyakurel, Chairman of Authorised Trade Union Punya Prasad Dhakal, musician Tika Bhandari and section chairman of the Federation of Nepali Journalists Durga Phuyal wished the convention a success. RSS