By Telegraph Nepal
After the dissolution of constituent assembly, reports have it that political consultations being made by Nepal’s former King Gyanendra Shah have increased substantially.
Not only the former panchas but some of the Nepali Congress leaders who have met him recently suggested him to take his steps, claims Sourya National Daily, June 15, 2012.
Some former panchas such as RPP-Nepal’s Chairman Kamal Thapa, Lokendra Bahadur Chand, Rajeshwar Devkota and Yangkila Sherpa and NC leaders of the likes of Khum Bahadur Khadka, Purna Bahadur Khadka, Durga Pokharel and Tara Nath Rana Bhat have met Gyanendra Shah only recently.
The meeting albeit take place in the “evening”. Logic is there.
“King Gyanendra has adopted the policy of wait and see”, also reports the daily and adds, “he only listens to the visitors and shakes his head but refuses to make any substantial comments.”
King Gyanendra’s aides Sagar Timilsina and Madhu Timilsena are the ones who make necessary arrangements for such secret meetings, it is also reported.
Some who met the former Nepal sovereign even reminded him that with the abrupt death of the Constituent Assembly body, the formal decisions taken as such by the CA since May 28, 2008, have already become illegal thus remain in a null and void state.