Maoist leader says government should not buzz to undivided far-west
KATHMANDU: The Seti-Mahakali State Committee of the UCPN (Maoist) has urged the government to be conscious to the real demands of the people of the far-west region that were neglected by the demand of the undivided Seti-Mahakali.
Organizing a press conference here today, Seti-Mahakali In-charge of the UCPN (Maoist), Dharmendra Bastola said people of the region were facing hardships due to the unnecessary strike in the far-west.
Bastola said seven districts of the region should be made Seti-Mahakali Province while Kailali and Kanchanpur should be in the Tharuhat Province as per the party’s official concept.
Similarly, the Karnali Autonomous Struggle Committee has expressed its objection to the protests being launched across the country in the name of federalism.
The Committee has stated that rights of any other community would not be snatched while empowering all class and regions and has urged to maintain ethnic goodwill based on country’s multilingual and multicultural dynamics.
Coordinator of the Committee and UCPN (Maoist)’s lawmaker Naresh Bhandari has urged to maintain ethnic harmony and not to present by distorting the values of federalism. RSS
Published Date: Sunday, May 13th, 2012 | 11:58 PM