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NCP Prachanda-Madhav faction announces third phase of agitation

The committee has stated that protest rallies will be held in Butwal, Biratnagar, and Dhangadhi on January 28, 29, and 30, respectively.
(File: Leaders and cadres including Nepal Communist Party (NCP) Chairman Pushpa Kal Dahal ‘Prachanda’, another Chairman Madhav Kumar Nepal and former Prime Minister Jhala Nath Khanal participated in the protest rally organized by the Nepal Communist Party (NCP) in Kathmandu on Tuesday. Photo: Roshan Sapkota, RSS)

KATHMANDU:- The agitating Nepal Communist Party (NCP) has made public its new protest programmes today. The central struggle committee has scheduled different protest programmes till February 10.
As per the schedule, the party will organize a mass gathering and protest in Kathmandu on February 10. Similarly, the party has called for torch procession on February 8 across the country and youth protest rally on February 6 in Kathmandu.
According to struggle committee coordinator Narayan Kaji Shrestha, the demonstration will be organized on January 28 in Butwal, on January 29 in Biratnagar and on January 30 in Dhangadhi.
Similarly, the homage paying programme to martyrs would be organized on January 29. Likewise, sit-in programmes would be organized in Maitaighar Mandala by Constituent Assembly members, federal parliament members and province lawmakers from January 27 to February 3.
The struggle committee has further shared that the protest programmes would be continued unless the decision of House Dissolution was scrapped.

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