KATHMANDU: The Nepal Ex-servicemen's Association has expressed its dissatisfaction over the government's apathy to address the demands submitted by the Association in the new constitution.
The Association said that its attention was drawn to the government's negligence though some of its members were staging sit-in for more than a week.
The Association has demanded to give continuity to the Nepali citizenship to those families of the British Gurkha, Ex-Army and their children by descent. The Association has also protested the government decision to close the British Gurkha recruitment process.
The association has been staging sit-in since May 10 after the top leaders of major political parties also paid no heed to the demands.