RAJBIRAJ: Chairperson of Madhesi Janaadhikar Forum-Nepal (MJF-Nepal) Upendra Yadav has said that the republic and federalism are in jeopardy at present and holding the Constituent Assembly (CA) election in scheduled date is the only way to protect them.
Speaking at a program organized to welcome new entrants in the party at Rajbiraj on Saturday, Yadav asserted that the formation of a partisan government would safeguard democracy.
He however stressed the need of forming the partisan government to give way-out to the problems dogging the country. The poll-opposing 33-party alliance has been demanding resignation of the Chief Justice led government as the prime demand.
“Till when can the non-partisan leadership run the government? Formation of partisan government is necessary to safeguard the democracy,” he added.
He also accused the Election Commission of attempting to deprive the Madhesis from their right to vote by introducing the biometric voters’ name list. Yadav said that Madhesis and Janajati should jointly fight against inequality, discrimination and suppression.
On the occasion, industrialist Dr Birendra Mahato, Rastriya Prajatantra Party’s Baidhyanath Prasad Sah, former regional administrator Lalit Bahadur Thapa Magar, journalist Kumar Bista joined joined the Yadav-led Madhesi Janadhikar Forum Nepal.
Likewise, Yadav welcomed members of Nepali Congress Siraha District Committee Members Bijaya Marbaita, Satya Narayan Sah, UCPN (Maoist) leaders Shambhu Byar, Ritu Mahara and others in the party.
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