Not leaving UNPO, referendum talks still ongoing: CK Raut’s deputy

Kathmandu, March 19

Central Member of the newly-formed Janamat Party, Kailash Mahato has said that the party has no intention of leaving the Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organisation.

Mahato, considered the party’s second in command, added that even though a referendum wasn’t part of the 11-point agreement between CK Raut and the government, it was still on the agenda of the party.

The erstwhile Alliance for Independent Madesh had become a member of UNPO in October 2017.

Mahato told Onlinekhabar that the talk of leaving the UNPO wasn’t on the agenda during the two-day meeting held in Siraha. “We only talked about the formation of the new party,” he shared.

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