KATHMANDU: Ex-police and Nepal Army personnel affected by the decade-long conflict have announced that they would file candidacy from all over the country during the election of the constituent assembly.
They have launched Nepal Rastra Sewa Dal and said that they will vie in the purported polls to fulfill their demands through the Constituent Assembly.
Surya Bahadur Ghimire, Coordinator of the Conflict Victims Army Police National Struggle Committee said that they will partake in the elections throughout the nation announcing both direct and propositional representational candidacies.
He accused the government of being indifferent towards the demands that they have been putting forth since four years and added that they will fulfill their demands on their own.
They informed that they have structure in 64 districts out of 75 districts of the Country and are active to expand the organization throughout the country. They also informed that there are over 46 thousand ex-security personnel associated with them. The group also warned that they would organized armed revolt if the election date was not announced soon. The ex-security men have been organizing various protest programs demanding to reinstate them into their erstwhile jobs.
Tension flared in a press meet organized by them after police intervened in the conference leaving the situation tense for a while on Tuesday. Later, police left the scene after journalists attending the functions questioned the unnecessary police intervention.
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