Dhangadhi, March 15: CPN (UML) senior leader and former Prime Minister, Jhalanath Khanal, has urged the Madhesi Morcha, to come to peaceful competition by shunning violent activities.
Addressing the mass gathering at Tikapur on Wednesday organised under Mechi-Mahakali Campaign, leader Khanal claimed that the CPN (UML) has been effortful to create environment conducive for holding elections of all three tiers.
He blamed the Morcha leaders of trying to seize the constitutional rights to organise peaceful gathering. Stressing the need to take the country towards prosperity through election, leader Khanal said, “Action should be taken against the guilty of the violent Tikapur incident.”
Also speaking on the occasion, Vice-Chairman Bhim Rawal said the Indian government should beg apology on Kanchanpur incident in which a Nepali national was gunned down by Indian security forces.
He said that the CPN (UML) has wished to establish peace and stability in the country by holding election as soon as possible.
Party leaders—Madhav Kumar Nepal and General Secretary, Ishwor Pokharel – were also present in the gathering.
Meanwhile, CPN-UML Vice-Chairperson Bamdev Gautam has asserted that they would not allow the parliament to endorse amendment to the constitution.
Addressing a programme organized at Rajapur of Bardiya under the UML Mechi-Mahakali Campaign on Wednesday, leader Gautam said, “No need to make ill-effort to amend the constitution. We would in no way allow the amendment”.
On the occasion, as many as 300 people relinquished other parties to join UML. RSS