KATHMANDU: Youth Association Nepal Chariman Mahesh Basnet has informed that the four hour strike to press Prime Minister Baburam Bhattarai from his post and pave the way for national consensus government will be reduced by one hour from Wednesday.
Speaking at the interaction in the Reporters Club here in the capital on Tuesday, he said that the vehicles of the ministers are restricted to ply on the road during the agitation.
He warned that if the minister’s vehicles are seen plying on the road, YAN would not be held responsible for any untoward incident that occurs.
He said that YAN will make the incumbent government step down at any cost and further went on to say that they will not go for consensus.
He stated that they will not obstruct the school and college vehicles.
During the interaction Basnet had also announced the second phase of agitation.
According to him the second-phase agitation programme includes picketing of Singha Durbar on August 10, masked demonstration on August 11, picketing ministers’ residences on August 12, election across the nation on August 13, mass demonstration on August 14, torch rally on August 15 and Nepal bandh on August 16.
Similarly, YAN informed that government vehicles will not be allowed to ply on the road on public holidays.