Janamat Party not to leave the government: President Raut
Janamat Party President Chandrakant (CK) Raut has said that his party will not be leaving the government.
Speaking to the media in Koteshwar today, he said that there is no situation that requires the Janamat Party to leave the government now.
The other parties left may be because their demands were not met.
Raut mentioned that although the parties that are constituents of the government may change, the leadership of government by the CPN (Maoist Center) will not change.
He also made it clear that the party would support senior Nepali Congress leader Ramchandra Paudel in the upcoming presidential election.
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