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MJF-Loktantrik leader rules out possibility of Single Madhesh Province; 50 people join NC


BIRATNAGAR: As the political parties have been trying to influence general people for the elections of the constituent assembly, chairperson of Madhesi Janadhikar Forum (Loktantrik) Bijaya Kumar Gachchhadar has said that establishing a single province comprising whole of Terai, as demanded by most of the Madhesi parties, is impossible.

Talking to journalists in Biratnagar, Gachchhadar, who heads the United Demcoratic Madhesi Front (UDMF), argued that the areas east of Parsa should be ‘Madhesh Pradesh’ while should be ‘Tharuhat Pradesh’ west of Chitwan.

He however expressed his commitment that the elections would take place in November at any cost. He also made it clear that his party will field candidates in all 240 constituencies.

Similarly speaking at a program organized to welcome new entrants to his party, senior leader of Nepali Congress Sher Bahadur Deuba has said that the incumbent government should create the environment for holding the election to the Constituent Assembly.

He also expressed his hope that the dissenting parties should be brought onboard the election process by listening to their grievances.

Some 50 people, associated with various political parties from different districts including Baitadi, Kailali and Kanchanpur joined the party.

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