Addressing a program organised by Nepalese community members on Sunday, leader Nepal said that the nation is presently divided on adopting ethnic federalism and expressed fear that the nation might be pushed into linguistic and ethnic confrontation if the issue is not resolved through dialogue and consensus by political parties.
He stressed on the fact that the political parties have their power vested in the people and opined that the nature of the federalism to be adopted by Nepal should be decided by Nepalese at the ballot box.
On a different note, leader Nepal appreciated the contribution and efforts first generation of Nepalese emigrants in recognising their motherland to the rest of the world and in contributing to her development.
Translated/edited by Chitra Raj Bhandari. contact [email protected]
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