Advertisement

Thursday, 15 December 2016

Conflict Arises At Party Office Of UML - Video Coverage

Posted by Anup Baral Dec 15, 2016 :
The main opposition party CPN-UML has demanded that the government release the letter it sent to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi—offering assurances to address the demands of agitating Madhesi Morcha through a constitutional amendment. Claiming that Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal through his special envoy Deputy PM Bimalendra Nidhi sent a letter to his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi, assuring for the amendment, the UML asked the government to make the letter public. “The constitution is a dynamic document and can be amended if needed,” read a UML statement released on Wednesday. “However, it is Nepal’s internal issue and has to be decided by the parties here.” It has also strongly criticised the government for sending special envoys to “woo” the foreign forces, openly inviting them to influence internal matter.

Popular Posts