There is no reason to reverse the cabinet decision to legitimize the settlement made by defunct Maoist Local People’s Government. During the period of conflict, people’s government settled many land related disputes. During the height of the conflict, local people could not go from one place to another and there was a threat to go to the district headquarters. People had no choice other than to go to Local People’s government for settlement of various petty issues. Realizing the importance of People’s Government, even Comprehensive Peace Agreement and Interim Constitution recognized it. During the peace process, parliamentary parties also accepted this fact. Actually, the cabinet decision paves the way to formalize the only petty family disputes on confiscated property of landlords and feudals. One of the aims of People’s War was to establish a classless society to wipe out the feudal system. However, the recent cabinet decision has not allowed all land related issues, but just a minor issue. The people had confiscated the property of landlords and oppressors. The lands which were held by workers and farmers are those of the absentee landlords. During ten years long conflict, Local People’s Government took many progressive decisions. Handing over the lands to tillers was one of them. Our party believes that the ownership of the land should go to tillers, not absentee landlords. There are large numbers of landless people, but few landlords and feudals are holding big chunks of land. Even during the constitution writing process, these groups of people are opposing revolutionary and scientific land reform projects. We still believe on that. This is also one of the major achievements of the peace process. These lands should be given to landless. Opposition leaders are creating a hue and cry without verifying this. We joined the peace process following the acceptance of parliamentary parties to recognize our works, which are completed by favoring workers, farmers and oppressed people. This is nothing but a small issue. The intentions of the parliamentary parties are clear as they don’t have any interest in writing the constitution and completing the peace process. Otherwise, they would not have created the hurdles in the constitution writing process. Instead of opposing this, political parties should have supported us.