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Protests continue demanding transparency in Government System

Nationwide protest started by Nepalese Youths against institutional corruption and irregularities.
(Protests demanding expansion of PCR tests and zero RDT and better facilities. Photo: Phurpa Sherpa-N24)

KATHMANDU: The Protests have been continuing Protests since last week demanding the transparency in the government system,100% PCR, Zero RDT, and better quarantine facilities by Youths Nationwide.

On Sunday, a similar event took place at Boudha, Jorpati Kathmandu.

One of the Youth protesters Tsering lama said, being Nepalese citizens she had joined the protest for everyone to wake-up the government, this is too much they need to come up and see everything around the country. At least the government should take major steps for COVID-19, more than 80 days of lockdown passed so every citizen been hoping for good. But till now no demands have been fulfilled as purposed by these peaceful protests.

A local residenceof Jorpati, Sonu Shah participate in the protest with his team mates (Sundar Tole Jagrit)  to celebrate the consitution(2nd amendment) Bill. They also demanded for effective quarantine and to increase the PCR test.

Meanwhile, the youths lit lamps, played the national anthem, and even distributed flowers to some Nepal Police to celebrate the amendment of the constitution to change the marks according to a new map of Nepal covering the area including Limpiyadhura.In response, some Nepal Police were seen saluting while National Anthem was played.

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