Tag: constitution amendment

Rajendra Mahato says he will attempt constitution amendment

Janakpur, December 10 Rastriya Janata Party Nepal’s presidium member Rajendra Mahato, who has recently been elected a member of Parliament from Dhanusha-3 defeating influential Nepali Congress leader Bimalendra Nidhi, says he will work for amending the constitution in the House. Terming his victory as a victory of Madhesh, the leader says the constitution amendment is […]

We’ll amend constitution for Madhesh, Deuba wants it for ‘people across border’: Oli

Kathmandu, November 9 CPN-UML Chairman KP Sharma Oli says his party is ready to amend the constitution to ensure rights of Madheshi people. He accuses Prime Minister and Nepali Congress President Sher Bahadur Deuba of trying to endorse the disputed constitution amendment that could possibly support interests of India. Oli says the UML gives the guarantee […]

Upendra Yadav to join alliance only after constitution amendment assurance

Kathmandu, October 5 The Upendra Yadav-led Federal Socialist Forum-Nepal has clarified that it will join the proposed democratic alliance under the leadership of Nepali Congress only if it is assured of constitution amendment. In addition, it has also demanded that the constituencies be divided respectfully among members of the alliance. Though the party took part […]

Upendra Yadav: Agitation to continue even after polls

Mahottari, September 1 Federal Socialist Forum-Nepal Chairman, Upendra Yadav, has said the Madheshi agitation will continue until the demands of Madheshis are addressed. At a programme held to welcome new people joining his party at Sripur of Mahottari district on Thursday afternoon, Yadav said the agitation would continue until proportional representation of the representatives of […]

Deuba on amendment assurance: It’s not unnatural to let them know our priorities

Kathmandu, August 28 Nepal’s Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba says it is nothing unnatural to let the international community know about national priorities of Nepal. Defending his controversial statement during a joint press conference with Indian PM Narendra Modi in New Delhi last week that he would launch a fresh bid towards constitution amendment, Deuba […]

Maoist Centre says India’s Biratnagar field camp should be removed

Biratnagar, August 28 The ruling coalition partner, CPN-Maoist Centre, says India’s field camp in Biratnagar of Nepal, established after a flood in 2008. The establishment was dragged into controversy time and again and Nepal had demanded its removal. However, India is yet to remove the camp. Meanwhile, the party says it will talk with Prime […]