Kathmandu, June 19
Chairman of the Federal Socialist Forum-Nepal, Upendra Yadav, has challenged the Rastriya Janata Party Nepal leader Manish Kumar Suman to prove that he was given a hefty sum by the government to take part in the elections.
If Suman cannot show the evidence, he should apologise to people of Madhesh for the disrespect, Yadav demanded.
Just a couple of hours ago, Suman had told journalists that Yadav decided to take part in the polls after accepting a kickback from the government, betraying Madheshis.
Meanwhile, Yadav said the RJPN leaders resorted to such baseless accusations after the party lost its direction and significance in the political journey.
“What is the source of income of RJPN? Where is it operated from? Does the party have answers?”
The leader, however, has urged the RJPN leaders to do politics with agenda.
Published on June 19th, Monday, 2017 5:28 PM
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