Dina Nath Sharma, a senior Maoist leader, however, said it would not be sincere on the part of the parties to ignore the people's overwhelming support in the polls for the Maoists and set conditions for supporting a Maoist-led government. "We are ready to return the property captured by our cadres during the conflict," said Sharma. "But it should be noted that some of the leaders are unwilling to take back their property so that they can continue blaming us for capturing property."
He said the Maoists will not join the government under the leadership of any other political party. He also said the Maoists have not yet thought of amending the constitution to replace the provision on two-third majority for ousting the government with a simple-majority provision as demanded by the UML leader