BIRGUNJ: Chairman of the Madhesi Janadhikar Forum (MJF)-Nepal Upendra Yadav has said that there was no possibility of writing a federal republican constitution by the incumbent government.
Yadav stressed on forming a national consensus government to face various major challenges like providing equality to communities like indigenous and Madhesis, who have been discriminated, by bringing them into the mainstream of the state.
Addressing the regional cadres' gathering of Parsa Constituency No. 1 of the MJF-Nepal at Alau, he said wrong activities of the big three political parties have raised doubts on promulgation of the new constitution.
Yadav also urged all concerned bodies to be alert as there would be a great loss for those communities that have been marginalised from the mainstream of the government if the new constitution is not promulgated on time.
Lawmaker and General Secretary of the party Ramsahaya Yadav said that Dalit, indigenous, ethnic commnities, Madhesis and women, who have been for centuries, should be politically, socially, financially and culturally empowered to provide social justice to them.
He further said that their rights would be ensured only through the support, unity and coordination among the communities.