Lalitpur, Sept 6: Chairman of the Federal Socialist Forum, Upendra Yadav, has stressed that the government needs to implement the three-point agreement made with the agitating Madhesi political parties.
At a programme organized here Tuesday, Chairman Yadav said non-implementation of the agreement has created doubt over the government’s intent to address the burning issues of Madhes. The demands of the federal alliance should be addressed through the amendment of the constitution, he added.
On the occasion, Chairman of Tarai Madhes Loktantrik Party, Mahanth Thakur, also expressed worry why the government was delaying to present the bill on the amendment of the constitution. “Country can make headway to progress once all ethnicities enjoy equal rights,” he argued.
A civil society representative Dr Sundar Mani Dixit said process of amending constitution should have consensus of all political parties.
Chairman of Indigenous Nationalities Party Nepal, Buddha Ram Tamang said it was dire need that government addressed the demands raised by the Front. RSS