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NC-NC (D) unification after announcement of crucial poll dates: Koirala

Nepal Prime Minister and Nepali Congress (NC) President Girija Prasad Koirala on Tuesday said that his party will merge with the Nepali Congress (Democratic) after dates for the Constituent Assembly elections are announced.

Biratnagar (Nepal), May 15 : Nepal Prime Minister and Nepali Congress (NC) President Girija Prasad Koirala on Tuesday said that his party will merge with the Nepali Congress (Democratic) after dates for the Constituent Assembly elections are announced.

The unity between the NC and NC-D is very close, Koirala told party workers in Biratnagar.

A special convention was not necessary for the purpose of unity, Koirala was quoted as saying by Nepalnews.

NC workers have demanded an immediate declaration of Constituent Assembly poll dates and restoration of law and order.

Sources close to the Prime Minister's official residence at Baluwatar have reportedly said that Koirala is likely to initiate consultations with political leaders on the poll dates soon after his return to Kathmandu.

He is expected to return to the Capital today after a three-day break in Biratnagar.

An eight party meeting, which is due since the Election Commission expressed its inability to hold elections on June 20, is expected to be held soon.

Koirala has said the Constituent Assembly elections would probably be held around mid-November.

The eight-party ruling coalition is having differences over the Constituent Assembly poll dates and the proceedings of the Interim Parliament continued to be disrupted.

However, Koirala has assured to keep the eight-party unity intact.

"As long as I am here, I will not allow the eight-party unity to break at any cost," Koirala told reporters on Monday.

ANI

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