Nepal's move towards federalism is now confirmed. The majority of the winning parties in the CA election are for it, including the CPN-M, NC, UML and MJF. However, Janamorcha and the Nepal Workers and Peasants Party are against it.
There have always been differences in opinions about how much power the states should have. In other countries the central government has sometimes faced problems because the states were too powerful. In India, the friction between Tamil Nadu and Karnataka on Narmada can be taken as an example. It is also possible that if means and resources are not distributed properly, goods produced in one state might not be permitted in another, and states might even impose blockades against each other.