KAKADBHITTA, Sept 18: Nepali Congress (NC) central member Sujata Koirala has said the President should end the current crisis by choosing Prime Minister if political parties failed to find out a meeting point to remove deadlock.
At a press conference organized by Nepal Press Union, Jhapa Chapter at Birtamod on Tuesday, leader Koirala said the President should bail the country out of crisis even by taking a leap ahead reasoning that the nation should not be put on hostage for long.
Expressing grief over the widening mistrust among the parties, she noted that failure to give way out to the problem would be political incompetence.
Koirala, who was also the Deputy Prime Minister, argued that the country should be federated into six provincial states in maximum while restructuring the state.
She also blamed own party for floating impractical idea of federating the country into 11 states and warned that she would come up with agitation if more than six provinces are carved out.
Holding another election to the Constituent Assembly (CA) would make no sense citing failure of the CA that completed 95 per cent of its works.
The incumbent government has no moral strength to hold election, she claimed, adding that the parliamentary election should be held by forming national unity government under the NC leadership.