RJPN warns protest if bill not put to vote immediately

Leader of Rastriya Janata Party Nepal (RJPN) Ram Naresh Raya, Federal Socialist Forum Nepal (FSFN), RJPN-FSFN, Province 2, federal and provincial elections

KATHMANDU, July 18: Leader of Rastriya Janta Party Nepal (RJPN) Ram Naresh Raya Yadav has warned that if the under-discussion constitution amendment proposal is not immediately put to vote, they will hit the streets again.

Speaking during an interaction program organized by the Reporters’ Club Nepal on Tuesday, he said, “The bill must be put to vote at once. RJPN will accept whatever the result and participate in the election.”

“We are completely prepared, and we are ready for the election,” he added.

Yadav, however said that RJPN was hoping that the bill gets endorsed and blamed the government to have dillydallied on proceeding the amendment process blocking their party from participating in the first and second round of local polls.


He further accused that the big political parties have started suffocating following the merger of six Madhes-based parties associated with the United Democratic Madhesi Front.

“The top parties are creating barrier to RJPN.” he said.

“The ruling parties persuade the main opposition CPN-UML to act like the one suffered; and the UML does as says. They are the drama kings,” he added.

Yadav also urged the government to work honestly and sincerely to address the concerns of Madhes demands.

Yadav also claimed that RJPN will bring the result of the third round of local in their favor.