Dhanusha: Nepali Congress leader Prakash Man Singh has said a consensus government would be formed after the vice-presidential election.
Responding to a query of media persons at NC party office, Dhanusha, leader Singh, who arrived here today on his way to Lahan of Siraha to attend a programme, shared that discussion would be held among eight-party regarding the candidate to the post of vice-president after the presidential election and Janata Samajbadi Party would be urged to bring the best candidate.
He clarified that he was not aware about the UML’s proposal to NC President Sher Bahadur about the Prime Minister for five-year. Joint-General Secretary Mahendra Yadav, leader—Ananda Dhungana, Province Assembly member Shesh Narayan Yadav, NC Dhanusha President Yogendra Panjiyar, among others were present on the occasion. (RSS)