The talks held at the Ministry of Peace and Reconstruction in Singha Durbar on Friday failed to draw any concrete conclusion when the agitating side rejected the government's proposal to explore resolution through dialogue first by calling off all programmes of protest.
The government had called on the stirring Brahmin and Chhetri community representatives to withdraw the protest programme reasoning that the state restructuring would be undertaken in such a way that equal rights of all ethnic groups would be guaranteed.
The talks, however, ended in vain after the government presented itself in an irresponsible manner, said Chhetri Samaj Chairperson Dil Bahadur Chhetri, who was also a member of talks team.
They would move ahead by reviewing the struggle programme, he said, adding that agitation would not be put off till the leaders promised to not make provinces on ethnic line.
Earlier, top leaders of main political parties held talks with the agitating side.
Deputy Prime Minister Krishna Prasad Sitaula and Barshaman Pun and Irrigation Minister Mahendra Yadav represented the government side while Chhetri including other representatives were present on behalf of agitating organizations